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Translation of "click" - English-Turkish dictionary

click

verb     /klɪk/
SOUND [I, T]
to make a short, sharp sound, or to use something to make this sound tık/çıt/klik sesi çıkarmak/çıkartmak The door clicked shut behind him.Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
COMPUTER [I, T]
A2 to press on part of a computer mouse (= small computer control) to make the computer do something bilgisayar kullanımında 'fareyi' tıklamak, bu yolla bilgisayara komut vermek To start the program, click on its icon.Computer concepts
PEOPLE [I] informal
If two people click, they like each other immediately. iki insanın birbirine kanı kaynamak, ısınmak, çabuk dost olmak Being, becoming friends and getting to know someone
IDEA [I] informal
to suddenly understand something şıp diye anlamak, çabuk kavramak Suddenly everything clicked and I realized where I'd met him. →  See also double-click , snap your fingers Understanding and comprehending
(Definition of click verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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