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small screen

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsmall screenˈsmall ˌscreen noun   the small screen
Examples from the Corpus
small screenLaunched this summer, the Discman displays data on a small screen.Tobacco is barred from the seductive small screen while spirits are subject to a voluntary telly ban.And the small screen turned milky white.In our homes we associate the small screen with entertainment.But, increasingly, films look like they were designed for the small screen.The chief effect of his Bill would have been the banning of almost all images of homosexuality from the small screen.Lamar Alexander, he has not let it affect his self-confidence on the small screen.A hard act to follow, but its stars are confident that the small screen version will prove just as popular.
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