big-screen

big-screen

(bĭg′skrēn′)
adj.
1. Having a large screen: a big-screen television.
2. Of or relating to movies shown in theaters: a big-screen adaptation of a television sitcom.
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SWANSEA could be reprimanded over showing big-screen replays of an incident involving Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland on Monday night.
Saturday's event, hosted by the Out Law Pigs motorcycle club, is designed to register people who will participate in the June 13 Thunder on the Lot and will also raise money for children's charities by raffling off prizes including a big-screen television.
Renny Harlin, the director of Cliffhanger and Die Hard 2, is producing an American Gladiators-based film and Penny Marshall, who herself rose to stardom on the tube's Laverne & Shirley, is working on a big-screen Bewitched.
And to ensure that all big-screen TV orders arrive in a timely manner, ready for immediate use, the store offers Amazon's Premium Delivery Service.
The big-screen treatment is a kick for those who love the limelight and a diversion for passing motorists.
Aimed Squarely at Mobile Video Fans and PC Users, Icuiti's Video Eyewear, Worn Like Sunglasses, Provide a 42" Big-Screen Experience That Fits in Your Pocket
And on no day is it more important to possess a big-screen TV than on Super Bowl Sunday.
Combined sessions will be used for keynote addresses and the very popular "Analyst's Debate" session, which features a comparison of worldwide big-screen display forecasts from the top market research firms.
Boy, that new big-screen TV in the corner of the den, the one Santa somehow wedged down the chimney the other night, looks mighty impressive.
With the HC3 Home Cinema projector, our videophile customers can easily get a big-screen experience from a portable little box.
Besides an array of stolen computers, big-screen TVs and appliances, they said they found 20 people living in every nook and cranny of the five- bedroom house.
It is highly affordable, easily portable, and more streamlined than bulky plasma or heavy big-screen televisions.