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wide–screen

adjective

: having a screen that is wider than the screen of most televisions

Full Definition of WIDE-SCREEN

:  of or relating to a projected picture whose aspect ratio is substantially greater than 1.33:1

First Known Use of WIDE-SCREEN

1953

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