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Significado de “mouse” - Diccionario Inglés

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mousenoun

uk   /maʊs/ us   /maʊs/ plural mice
  • mouse noun (ANIMAL)

A2 [C] a small mammal with short fur, a pointed face, and a long tail: a field mouse a pet mouse

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  • mouse noun (COMPUTER)

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mousenoun [C]

us   /mɑʊs/ plural mice /mɑɪs/
  • mouse noun [C] (ANIMAL)

a type of small rodent (= small mammal with sharp teeth) that has short, usually brown, gray, or white hair, a pointed face, and a long tail: a field mouse pet mice
  • mouse noun [C] (COMPUTER DEVICE)

a small device with a ball inside that is moved by hand across a flat surface to control the movement of the cursor (= symbol that shows your position) on a computer screen
(Definition of mouse from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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mousenoun [C]

uk   /maʊs/ us   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.
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(Definition of mouse from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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