Sinonimi: mouse click
ETYM Cf. Click, and Old Fren. clique latch.
Depression of a button on a computer mouse; SYN. mouse click.
In computing, to press down and then immediately release a button on a mouse. The phrase “to click on” means to select an icon on a computer screen by moving the mouse cursor to the icon’s position and clicking a mouse button. See also double click.
ETYM Old Eng. kleken, clichen. Related to Clutch.
1. To become clear suddenly; SYN. get through, dawn, come home, get across, sink in, penetrate, fall into place.
2. To make a clicking or ticking sound; SYN. tick.
3. To produce a click.
To press and release a mouse button once without moving the mouse. Clicking is usually performed to select or deselect an item or to activate a program or program feature. See also right click. Compare double-click, drag.