click

  1. a short light metallic sound
  2. depression of a button on a computer mouse
  3. a stop consonant made by the suction of air into the mouth (as in Bantu)
  4. a hinged catch that fits into a notch of a ratchet to move a wheel forward or prevent it from moving backward

click

To press and release a mouse button.

Click

[magazine] Click magazine is an award-winning digital entertainment magazine published in the Republic of Ireland. Click covers gaming, technology and movies, and was first published in December 2008. It is produced on a monthly basis. ==Digital formats== Click has an iPhone app and Android app. ...
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click

Type: Term Pronunciation: klik Definitions: 1. A slight, sharp sound.
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Click

Click is slang for to be a great success.
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click

[n] - depression of a button on a computer mouse 2. [v] - make a clicking or ticking sound 3. [v] - produce a click 4. [v] - become clear or enter one`s consciousness or emotions
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Click

A spring-loaded pawl or tongue used in conjunction with a wheel with angled teeth (in which the click engages) so that the wheel can be turned one way only.   Most familiar in association with one of the two large wheels usually visible in a stem-wound movement.
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Click

press the (left hand) button of the mouse
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Click

When the duration of a sound is less than a time threshold required for pitch recognition, the sound is heard as a click rather than a tone.The time threshold is roughly 20 milliseconds.
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Click

Click (klĭk) intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Clicked (klĭkt); present participle & verbal noun Clicking .] [ Prob. an onomatopoetic word: confer Old French cliquier . See Clack , and confer ...
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Click

Click transitive verb 1. To move with the sound of a click. « She clicked back the bolt which held the window sash. Thackeray. » 2. To cause to make a clicking noise, as by striking together, or against something. « [ Jove] clicked all his mar...
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Click

Click noun 1. A slight sharp noise, such as is made by the cocking of a pistol. 2. A kind of articulation used by the natives of Southern Africa, consisting in a sudden withdrawal of the end or some other portion of the tongue from a part of the mouth with which it is in contact, whereby...
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click

A slight sharp sound. ... Ejection click, a clicking ejection sound. ... See: sound. ... Mitral click, the opening snap of the mitral valve. ... Systolic click, a sharp, clicking sound heard during cardiac systole; when heard in early systole it is usually an ejection sound; in late systole the click usually signifies mitral insufficiency, as in th...
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click

mouse click noun depression of a button on a computer mouse; `a click on the right button for example`
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click

dawn d come home d get across verb become clear or enter one`s consciousness or emotions; `It dawned on him that she had betrayed him`; `she was penetrated with sorrow`
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click

(klik) a brief, sharp sound, especially any of the short, dry clicking heart sounds during systole, indicative of various heart conditions.
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Click

• (v. t.) To snatch. • (n.) The latch of a door. • (v. t.) To move with the sound of a click. • (v. i.) To make a slight, sharp noise (or a succession of such noises), as by gentle striking; to tick. • (n.) A kind of articulation used by the natives of Southern Africa, consisting in a sudden withdrawal of the end or some ot...
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click

in phonetics, a suction sound made in the mouth. Click sounds occur in a number of African languages and are often used as interjections in other ... [5 related articles]
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click

On the Web, the act of selecting and following a link by placing one's mouse cursor on the text, graphics, banner, or button identifying the link and depressing a button on the mouse. See click-through rate.
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click

an electromagnetic disturbance which, when measured in a specified way, has a duration not exceeding a specified value
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click

noise of very short duration
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click

sharp noise of very short duration which is heard during the playback of a record
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Click

The opportunity for a visitor to be transferred to a location by clicking on an advertisement, as recorded by the server.
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Click

Click is a peculiar variety of speech which occurs in the Bushman and Hottentot languages. The sounds are produced by pressing the tongue against some portion of the teeth-ridge or palate, and then quickly withdrawing it so as to produce an implosive click.
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Click

Breeding term for situation where certain blood lines, if crossed, produce exceptional offspring
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