a copy or image of what is seen on a computer screen at a given time:
Save the screen shot as a graphics file.
in hockey, a shot on the goal taken while the goaltender’s line of sight is blocked
verb (used with object) 1. to give a screen test to: The studio screen-tested 400 children before casting the part. verb (used without object) 2. to undergo a screen test: Dozens of actors have screen-tested for the role. noun 1. a filmed audition to determine the suitability of an individual for appearing or acting in […]
- Screen trading
noun 1. a form of trading on a market or exchange in which the visual display unit of a computer replaces personal contact as in floor trading
[skreen-wahy-per] /ˈskrinˌwaɪ pər/ noun, British. 1. windshield wiper.
language A columnar format third generation programming language similar in layout to assembler and used for transaction processing, solely on the Honeywell Bull TPS6 database/transaction management system on their Level 6 DPS6 minicomputers running under the GCOS6 operating system. In the UK it was mainly used by local authorities and the Ministry of Defense. Being […]