Definition of 'on-screen'
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But hey, the pair do have a certain on-screen chemistry. Times, Sunday Times (2017)They have an amazing on-screen chemistry and would be just perfect for these roles. The Sun (2007)The pair have impressed viewers with their on-screen chemistry in the results show. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The on-screen chemistry between the two leads makes this drama a classy weepy. The Sun (2010)There is a stark contrast between the unassuming actor and his hapless on-screen characters. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The figure then becomes an on-screen character you can play in a game. The Sun (2015)Is he her on-screen husband? Times, Sunday Times (2013)You also get remote control of your docked iPod via smart on-screen menus. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There's great on-screen chemistry between you. The Sun (2014)Their on-screen chemistry turned into off-screen romance and they married over the summer. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The on-screen chemistry between the two leads makes this movie a heart-warming and cosy watch. The Sun (2008)The chemistry is on-screen only! The Sun (2011)That's why their on-screen chemistry seems really forced and fake. The Sun (2016)Poll Vote for the couple with the worst on-screen chemistry thetimes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And the character 's on-screen exploits might not be wholly fictional. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'on-screen'
British English: on-screen ADJECTIVE
On-screen means appearing on the screen of a television, cinema, or computer.
...a clear and easy-to-follow menu-driven on-screen display.
- American English: on-screen
- Brazilian Portuguese: na tela
- Chinese: 屏幕上的
- European Spanish: en pantalla
- French: à l'écran
- German: Bildschirm-
- Italian: sullo schermo
- Japanese: 画面上の
- Korean: 화면에 나오는
- European Portuguese: na tela
- Spanish: en pantalla
Definition of on-screen from the Collins English Dictionary
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