screen off

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  1. partition by means of a divider, such as a screen
    screen off this part of the room
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How To Use screen off In A Sentence

  • The event is to finalise plans to screen off the old Larch Street site with colourful hoardings while it is being developed.
  • Anyone who has stared in disbelief at an airport bureau de change screen offering one euro for a pound will know that sterling has not fared well. Times, Sunday Times
  • We can screen off part of the room and use it as a temporary office.
  • In our hometown megaplex, an entire wing is dedicated to the restaurant/theater experience that Fork & Screen offers. Movie Review: Memorial Day Double-Feature | Heretical Ideas Magazine
  • Anyone who has stared in disbelief at an airport bureau de change screen offering one euro for a pound will know that sterling has not fared well. Times, Sunday Times
  • screen off this part of the room
  • Don't have one to test this but what I do on my Touch HD is set up gyrator to switch the screen off when I put the stylus back in its silo without putting the phone to sleep. MoDaCo WinMo News
  • ESPN, our leading national sports television network, runs a continual "chyron" scroll along the bottom of the screen offering the latest scores from our various leagues - basketball, hockey and baseball (pre-season) are all in action now. Politics news, UK and world political comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk
  • I quietly took the screen off my already-open window and jumped out, down about ten feet to the ground.
  • We can screen off part of the room and use it as a temporary office.
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