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mouse

noun [C]
 
 
/maʊs/ ( plural mouses, or mice) IT
a small piece of equipment that you move across a desk etc. in order to move the cursor on your computer screen: Hold down the control key and click the mouse. →  See also optical mouse
Translations of “mouse”
in Korean 쥐, (컴퓨터) 마우스…
in Arabic فأر, فأرة…
in French souris…
in Turkish (bilgisayar) kumanda aleti, mouse, fare…
in Italian topo, mouse…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動物, 鼠…
in Russian мышь (компьютерная), мышь…
in Polish myszka, mysz…
in Spanish ratón…
in Portuguese camundongo, mouse…
in German die Maus, die Mauszeiger…
in Catalan ratolí…
in Japanese ネズミ, (コンピュータ)マウス…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动物, 鼠…
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