offscreen

See also: off-screen

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off +‎ screen

AdjectiveEdit

offscreen (not comparable)

  1. Existing or happening outside the frame of the cinema or television screen
    • 2017 January 12, Jesse Hassenger, “A literal monster truck is far from the stupidest thing about Monster Trucks”, in The Onion AV Club[1]:
      In addition to racking up what looks like a substantial offscreen body count, the movie at one point offers an eight-second introduction for a sleazy used-car salesman character for the sole purpose of justifying Tripp and Creech laying waste to his inventory.

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AdverbEdit

offscreen (not comparable)

  1. Outside the frame of the cinema or television screen

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