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offscreen

adverb or adjective off·screen \ˈf-ˈskrēn\

: not happening or present in the scene that is being shown on a television or movie screen

of an actor : in private life

Full Definition of OFFSCREEN

1
:  out of sight of the motion picture or television viewer
2
:  in private life

First Known Use of OFFSCREEN

1935

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