2. a toggle joint or a device having one
verb transitiveWord forms: ˈtoggled or ˈtoggling
4. to provide or fasten with a toggle or toggles
5. Computing to switch or alternate between two settings, conditions, functions, etc. by means of a toggle
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Word origin of 'toggle'
prob. naut. var. of dial. tuggle
, freq. of tug