Translation of screening in Spanish:

screening

Pronunciation: /ˈskriːnɪŋ/

noun/nombre

  • 1 c and u [Cinema/Cine] proyección (feminine); [Television/Televisión] emisión (feminine)
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    • It also seeks to prohibit the screening of films, television programs and advertisements without a license.
    • More than 3,500 video screenings of the programmes are also planned for villages with limited access to TV and radio.
    • A prominent feature of the festivities were public television screenings as cameras filmed a Royal event for the first time.

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