tick box Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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tick boxnoun [C]

uk   us   UK (US checkbox)
a ​smallbox on a ​paperform to put a tick in: People ​struggled with the ​pages of ​tickboxes on the ​forms.
IT a ​smallbox on a ​computerscreen that you ​click on to show a ​choice, to ​open or ​close a ​file, etc.: A ​tickboxallows you to choose the ​program to ​openfiles.
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