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Translation of "tab" - English-Spanish dictionary

tab

noun   /tæb/
a small symbol on a computer screen or website that allows you to open different documents or pages pestaña Move between pages by clicking on the tabs at the top of the screen.2093
→  Idioms keep tabs on sth/sb
(Definition of tab from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tab

noun /tӕb/
a small flat piece of some material attached to, or part of, something larger, which stands up so that it can be seen, held, pulled etc lengüeta; anilla (de lata) You open the packet by pulling the tab.
a strip of material attached to a piece of clothing by which it can be hung up lengüeta Hang your jacket up by the tab.
a piece of material with a person’s name or some other mark on it, attached to a piece of clothing so that its owner can be identified. etiqueta
(also tab key, tab stop, or tabulator (formal) a button on a computer or typewriter keyboard that you use to move to a particular place in a line of a document. Tabulador
(also tab key, tab stop, or tabulator (formal) a function in a word-processing program that you use to move to a particular place in a line of a document. Tabulador
(Definition of tab from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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