click

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈklɪk/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/klɪk/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(klik)

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click

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a [right, left, double] click (of the mouse)
  2. with just a click of [the, your] mouse
  3. You're only (ever) two clicks away.
  4. [check, view, see] the number of page clicks
  5. at the click of a button
  6. [a short, an audible, a repeated] click
  7. heard a [small, loud, sharp] click
  8. felt a click in my [shoulder, ankle, jaw]
  9. My [shoulder] made a click.
  10. the click of the [key, ignition, pilot light, counter, switch, door]
  11. [barked, jumped] at the click of the latch
  12. the clicks of his [tongue, teeth]
  13. called [him, her dog] with a click (of his tongue)
  14. clicks in Morse Code
  15. [spoke in, a language that includes] clicks
v
  1. click (on) the [link, icon, image]
  2. click (here) [to begin, for details]
  3. click to view the [larger image, PDF]
  4. click to enlarge (the image)
  5. click to [send, submit]
  6. click and drag
  7. it (suddenly) clicked (that)
  8. it [just, finally] clicked for me
  9. [it, everything] clicked into place
  10. we just clicked
  11. we (just, really) didn't click
  12. the [idea, plan, candidate] (really, instantly) clicked with [the public, voters]
  13. click [it, the part, the piece] into place
  14. push [it] in until it clicks
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