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click /klɪk/ verb
click noun [countable]


ضربه زدن ، زنگ خوردن ، تیک ، صدای مختصر ، صدای حاصله از خوردن سم اسب بزمین ، صدا کردن ، علوم مهندسی: تیک تیک کردن قلاب یا ضامن در دستگاههای زمان سنجی ، کامپیوتر: فرایند فشار دکمه دستگاه MOUSE تلنگر زدن ، ورزش: گیر کردن قرقره ماهیگیری
الکترونیک: فرایند فشار دکمه دستگاه MOUSE تلنگر زدن ، کامپیوتر: ضربه زدن ، زنگ خوردن ، تیک تیک کردن قلاب یا ضامن در دستگاههای زمان سنجی ، علوم مهندسی: گیر کردن قرقره ماهیگیری ، ورزشی: تیک ، صدای مختصر، صدای حاصله از خوردن سم اسب بزمین ، صدا کردن کامپیوتر: تقه - کلیک کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

click
[verb]
Synonyms: succeed, come off, go, go over, pan out, prove out

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. click1 S3 /klɪk/ verb

1. [intransitive and transitive] to make a short hard sound, or make something produce this sound:
The door clicked shut behind me.
Mother clicked her tongue (=made a short sound to show disapproval) and sighed.
Edmund clicked his fingers (=made a short sound to get someone’s attention) for John to follow him.
Vogel clicked his heels (=hit the heels of his shoes together) and bowed.
Twist the lever and the gears click into place.

2.
[intransitive and transitive] to press a button on a computer mouse to choose something from the screen that you want the computer to do, or to press a button on a remote control:
Choose the image you want by clicking twice.
click on
Children can click on a sentence to hear it read aloud.

3. [intransitive] informal to suddenly understand or realize something:
It’s hard work, but one day it will just click.
I thought, ‘What is he doing?’ and then suddenly it all clicked into place (=I understood how all the events related to each other).

4. [intransitive] informal if two people click, they like, understand, and agree with each other:
They clicked straight away.

5. [intransitive] informal to happen in a good or successful way, especially because people are working together well:
If everything clicks, we should have a good season.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. click2 noun [countable]
[Date: 1500-1600; Origin: From the sound]

1. a short hard sound:
The door closed with a click.

2. the click of a mouse used to show how quickly something can be done on a computer:
Your photos can be viewed with the click of a mouse.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

click
noun
ADJ. loud, sharp | audible | faint, little, quiet, soft | metallic | double, single (used about clicks on a computer mouse) a double click on the filename
mouse
VERB + CLICK give (out) The answerphone gave a sharp click.
hear
PREP. with a ~ He closed his briefcase with a click.
~ of She heard the click of shoes on the marble floor.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

click

click your fingers (=make a short sound with your fingers to get someone's attention)
She clicks her fingers and he comes running.
click your tongue (=make a short sound with your tongue to show disapproval)
She clicked her tongue in annoyance.
click your heels (=hit the heels of your shoes together, as a soldier does)
He clicked his heels and saluted.
click into place/position
Make sure the lid clicks firmly into place.
click open/shut (=open with a short hard sound)
I heard the gate at the front of the house click open.
hear a click
She heard a click, and then the line went dead.
make/produce a click
He made a click of disapproval.
go click
Soon there were photographers all around him going click, click, click.
shut/close with a click
The front door shut with a click.
a sharp click (=loud and quick)
There was a sharp click, and the panel opened like a tiny door.
a loud click
I heard the loud click of heels on the stone floor.
a faint/soft click (=not loud)
There was only a faint click from the gun's trigger mechanism.
a metallic click (=like something made of metal)
She strapped herself in with a metallic click of the belt.
a little click
The neon sign made little clicks as it changed colour.
a series/succession of clicks (=several clicks one after another)
A series of loud clicks came from the car's engine.
the click of a latch/door/lock etc
The click of the latch told me Michele was back.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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