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tool·bar

 (to͞ol′bär′)
n.
A row of icons on a computer screen that activate commands or functions when clicked.

toolbar

(ˈtuːlˌbɑː)
n
(Computer Science) a horizontal row or vertical column of selectable buttons displayed on a computer screen, allowing the user to select a variety of functions
Translations
panel nástrojů
työkalupalkki
ツールバー

toolbar

[ˈtuːlbɑːʳ] Nbarra f de herramientas

toolbar

[ˈtuːlbɑːr] nbarre f d'outilstool box nboîte f à outilstool kit ntrousse f à outils
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