Definition of 'double-click'
Translations for 'double-click'
British English: double-click VERB
If you double-click on an area of a computer screen, you point the cursor at that area and press one of the buttons on the mouse twice in order to make something happen.
Go to Control Panel and double-click on Sounds for a list of sounds.
Definition of double-click from the Collins English Dictionary
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