mouse click

mouse click
mouse click UK US (also mouse-click) noun [C] IT, INTERNET
the action of clicking with a computer mouse in order to perform a task or select something on a screen: »

You can specify the amount and make the payment with just a couple of mouse clicks.

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Once your client is on the internet, he is only a mouse-click away from your competitors.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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