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English definition of “menu bar”

menu bar

noun [C] uk   us  
a long, narrow area, usually at the top of a computer screen, that contains lists of instructions to the computer. These lists are kept out of view until you choose to see them: Click 'File' in the menu bar, then click 'Exit'.
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