Definition of 'browser'
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On internet browsers parts of the text are highlighted. Times, Sunday Times (2017)It is accessed only by invitation through secure internet browsers that open up sites otherwise unavailable online. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is vulnerable to rival software services that are accessible via a web browser. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Nor does it include an internet browser. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Soon it will be available to casual browsers. Christianity Today (2000)You may also need to convert them to another format if you want to use a different web browser. Times, Sunday Times (2006)To do this you must enter a series of numbers to your internet browser that brings up the router settings. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He used a special web browser to cover his online tracks and to buy weapons from websites hidden from general view. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The browser used to work well. Times, Sunday Times (2012)And what browser do you use? The Sun (2014)Some of them wanted to install the new Web browser on their internal computer systems. DOT.CON (2001)Here will be available on browsers for standard computers and mobiles as well as Apple devices. The Sun (2012)But at this price it won't suit the casual bookshop browser. The Sun (2014)Until then use the Safari browser to go to youtube. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You can add new features to the browser, such as tools to quickly search and scroll through web pages. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The browser allows users to group the people they follow on Twitter and more easily organise the messages they receive. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The company is now distributing software with the browser choice screen and has offered to extend the compliance period for an additional 15 months. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Sounds great - except we were unable to save recipes from within the app and had to do it on a computer browser instead. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The internet browser is also interesting and will work with any USB keyboard or mouse. The Sun (2007)Work on the new Web browser was going well, and more employees were being hired. DOT.CON (2001)But here, at the top, the lists suggest that library users and bookshop browsers are looking for similar things. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The fraudsters will also ensure that the site is encrypted and appears safe, with a padlock appearing in users' browsers. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'browser'
British English: browser /ˈbraʊzə/ NOUN
A browser is a piece of computer software that you use to search for information on the Internet.
You need an up-to-date Web browser.
- American English: browser
- Arabic: مُتَصَفِّح
- Brazilian Portuguese: navegador da Internet
- Chinese: 浏览器
- Croatian: pretraživač
- Czech: prohlížeč
- Danish: browser
- Dutch: browser
- European Spanish: navegador Internet
- Finnish: selain
- French: navigateur
- German: Browser
- Greek: πρόγραμμα περιήγησης
- Italian: browser
- Japanese: ブラウザ
- Korean: 브라우저
- Norwegian: nettleser
- Polish: przeglądarka
- European Portuguese: navegador da Internet
- Romanian: browser
- Russian: браузер
- Spanish: explorador hojeador de Internet
- Swedish: webbläsare
- Thai: โปรแกรมที่ใช้สำหรับเปิดดูเว็บไซด์ต่างๆที่ใช้ภาษาไฮเปอร์เท็กซ์
- Turkish: tarayıcı internet
- Ukrainian: браузер
- Vietnamese: trình duyệt phần mềm
Definition of browser from the Collins English Dictionary
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