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dou·ble-click

(dŭb′əl-klĭk′)
v. dou·ble-clicked, dou·ble-click·ing, dou·ble-clicks
v.tr.
To press down and release a button on (a pointing device) twice in rapid succession in order to activate a command or function represented graphically on a display screen.
v.intr.
To double-click a pointing device.

double-click

vb
(Computer Science) to click (a mouse button) twice in rapid succession

dou′ble-click′


v.i.
Computers. to click a mouse button twice in rapid succession, as to call up a program or select a file.
[1980–85]
dou′ble click′, n.

double-click


Past participle: double-clicked
Gerund: double-clicking

Imperative
double-click
double-click
Present
I double-click
you double-click
he/she/it double-clicks
we double-click
you double-click
they double-click
Preterite
I double-clicked
you double-clicked
he/she/it double-clicked
we double-clicked
you double-clicked
they double-clicked
Present Continuous
I am double-clicking
you are double-clicking
he/she/it is double-clicking
we are double-clicking
you are double-clicking
they are double-clicking
Present Perfect
I have double-clicked
you have double-clicked
he/she/it has double-clicked
we have double-clicked
you have double-clicked
they have double-clicked
Past Continuous
I was double-clicking
you were double-clicking
he/she/it was double-clicking
we were double-clicking
you were double-clicking
they were double-clicking
Past Perfect
I had double-clicked
you had double-clicked
he/she/it had double-clicked
we had double-clicked
you had double-clicked
they had double-clicked
Future
I will double-click
you will double-click
he/she/it will double-click
we will double-click
you will double-click
they will double-click
Future Perfect
I will have double-clicked
you will have double-clicked
he/she/it will have double-clicked
we will have double-clicked
you will have double-clicked
they will have double-clicked
Future Continuous
I will be double-clicking
you will be double-clicking
he/she/it will be double-clicking
we will be double-clicking
you will be double-clicking
they will be double-clicking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been double-clicking
you have been double-clicking
he/she/it has been double-clicking
we have been double-clicking
you have been double-clicking
they have been double-clicking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been double-clicking
you will have been double-clicking
he/she/it will have been double-clicking
we will have been double-clicking
you will have been double-clicking
they will have been double-clicking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been double-clicking
you had been double-clicking
he/she/it had been double-clicking
we had been double-clicking
you had been double-clicking
they had been double-clicking
Conditional
I would double-click
you would double-click
he/she/it would double-click
we would double-click
you would double-click
they would double-click
Past Conditional
I would have double-clicked
you would have double-clicked
he/she/it would have double-clicked
we would have double-clicked
you would have double-clicked
they would have double-clicked
Translations

double-click

[ˈdʌblˌklɪk] (Comput)
A. VIhacer doble click (on en)
B. VThacer doble click en
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