Definition of 'cursor'
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`Set the cursor on the return like I showed you before and give me a heading," Allen said. CORMORANT (2002)Another key-stroke superimposed a grid matrix on the screen, and with a cursor he began to take measurements. COMPULSION (2002)`With the bearing cursor on top of the return, 307 appears in the upper right window. CORMORANT (2002)
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Translations for 'cursor'
British English: cursor /ˈkɜːsə/ NOUN
On a computer screen, the cursor is a small, movable shape which indicates where anything typed by the user will appear.
He moved the cursor and clicked the mouse.
- American English: cursor
- Arabic: مُؤَشِّر
- Brazilian Portuguese: cursor
- Chinese: 游标
- Croatian: kursor
- Czech: kurzor
- Danish: cursor
- Dutch: cursor
- European Spanish: cursor
- Finnish: kohdistin
- French: curseur
- German: Cursor
- Greek: κέρσορας
- Italian: cursore
- Japanese: カーソル
- Korean: 커서
- Norwegian: markør
- Polish: kursor
- European Portuguese: cursor
- Romanian: cursor
- Russian: указатель
- Spanish: cursor
- Swedish: markör
- Thai: สัญลักษณ์บนคอมพิวเตอร์แสดงให้เห็นจุดที่พิมพ์ได้
- Turkish: imleç
- Ukrainian: курсор
- Vietnamese: con trỏ trên màn hình
Definition of cursor from the Collins English Dictionary
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