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Translation of "cursor" - English-Spanish dictionary

cursor

noun   /ˈkɜː·sər/
a symbol on a computer screen that shows the place where you are working cursor
(Definition of cursor from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

cursor

noun /(British ) kəːsə; (American) kəːrsər/
(computing) a small, sometimes flashing, movable symbol on a computer screen that marks the place where the next character typed on the keyboard will appear or where some action is required Cursor Simply touch the spot on the text where you want to move the cursor.
(Definition of cursor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “cursor”
in Korean 커서…
in Arabic سَهْم الفارة في الحاسوب…
in Malaysian kursor…
in Russian курсор…
in Chinese (Traditional) (電腦的)遊標…
in Italian cursore…
in Turkish imleç…
in Polish kursor…
in Vietnamese con trỏ…
in Portuguese cursor…
in Thai เคอร์เซอร์…
in Catalan cursor…
in Japanese (コンピュータ)カーソル…
in Chinese (Simplified) (计算机的)光标…
in Indonesian kursor…
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