menu-driven


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men·u-driv·en

(mĕn′yo͞o-drĭv′ən)
adj.
Of or relating to a computer or a program in which the user executes commands by making selections from onscreen menus.

menu-driven

adj
(Computer Science) (of a computer system) operated through menus

me′nu-driv`en



adj.
of or pertaining to computer software that uses menus to enable users to choose options.
[1975-80]
Translations

menu-driven

[ˈmenjuːˌdrɪvn] ADJ (Comput) → guiado por menú

menu-driven

[ˈmɛnjuːˌdrɪvn] adj (Comput) → guidato/a da menù
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