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big screen

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbig screenˌbig ˈscreen noun   the big screen
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big screenSay your television is a big screen and takes up a good amount of wall space.People sit silently, faced forward toward a big screen.Monica is due to hit the big screen in January with the release of Dracula.Or rediscover the drama of the big screen at one of Brighton's luxury cinemas.The real Erik died more than 1,000 years ago, but he was recently resurrected on the big screen by Terry Jones.The only thing less suited to the big screen would be a movie set in a bomb shelter.
big-screenˈbig-screen adjective [only before noun]  1 relating to the cinema, rather than to television or the theatre his big-screen career2 a big-screen television is very big
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