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click

verb
 
 
/klɪk/
[I or T] IT to choose something on a computer screen, or make the computer do something, by pressing a button on the mouse (= small object for controlling a computer): click on sth If you want to open a file, click on the filename. When you have selected the image you want, click 'View'.
→  See also double-click
(Definition of click verb from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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