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tick boxnoun [C]

uk   us   UK US checkbox
a small box on a paper form to put a tick in: People struggled with the pages of tick boxes on the forms.
IT a small box on a computer screen that you click on to show a choice, to open or close a file, etc.: A tick box allows you to choose the program to open files.
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