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(actor) screen name of martial artist Bruce Lee李小龍 [Li3 Xiao3 long2]
(actor) screen name of martial artist Bruce Lee李小龙 [Li3 Xiao3 long2]
(of a play, movie etc) to begin开演 [kai1 yan3]
(of a play, movie etc) to begin開演 [kai1 yan3]
(standing) screen屏 [ping2]
(TV or movie) screen屏幕 [ping2 mu4]
a curtain, a screen幙 [mu4]
a screen wall across the gate of a house (for privacy)照壁 [zhao4 bi4]
a tear-jerker movie催泪大片 [cui1 lei4 da4 pian4]
a tear-jerker movie催淚大片 [cui1 lei4 da4 pian4]
a window (on a computer screen), Windows (the Microsoft operating system)視窗 [shi4 chuang1]
a window (on a computer screen), Windows (the Microsoft operating system)视窗 [shi4 chuang1]
an action movie, a kungfu movie武打片 [wu3 da3 pian1]
bamboo screen笭 [ling2]
bamboo screen, door screen, metal foil, leaf, sheet, tinsel箔 [bo2]
blue screen of death蓝屏死机 [lan2 ping2 si3 ji1]
blue screen of death藍屏死機 [lan2 ping2 si3 ji1]
camera shot (in a movie etc), scene鏡頭 [jing4 tou2]
camera shot (in a movie etc), scene镜头 [jing4 tou2]
Chen Kaige, Fifth Generation movie director陈凯歌 [Chen2 Kai3 ge1]
Chen Kaige, Fifth Generation movie director陳凱歌 [Chen2 Kai3 ge1]
cinema, movie theater影院 [ying3 yuan4]
cinema, movie theater电影院 [dian4 ying3 yuan4]
cinema, movie theater電影院 [dian4 ying3 yuan4]
contrast (balance of black and white in TV screen setup), degree of contrast对比度 [dui4 bi3 du4]
contrast (balance of black and white in TV screen setup), degree of contrast對比度 [dui4 bi3 du4]
cover up (a shortcoming), screen off, to hide, to conceal遮 [zhe1]
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, movie by Ang Lee 李安卧虎藏龙 [Wo4 hu3 cang2 long2]
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, movie by Ang Lee 李安臥虎藏龍 [Wo4 hu3 cang2 long2]
Curse of the Golden Flower (2007), period drama movie by Zhang Yimou满城尽带黄金甲 [Man3 cheng2 jin4 dai4 huang2 jin1 jia3]
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