English - Vietnamese Dictionary
click /klik/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- (cơ khí) con cóc, cái ngàm (bánh xe răng cưa)
- tật đá chân vào nhau; sự đá chân vào nhau (ngựa)
- ngoại động từ
- làm thành tiếng lách cách
- to click one's tongue: tắc lưỡi
- to click one's heels: đập hai gót chân vào nhau (để chào)
- nội động từ
- (từ lóng) tâm đầu ý hiệp; ăn ý ngay từ phút đầu (hai người)
- (từ lóng) thành công (trong một công việc)
clicks|clicked|clickingklɪkAdvanced English Dictionary
+a short light metallic sound
+depression of a button on a computer mouse
+a stop consonant made by the suction of air into the mouth (as in Bantu)
+a hinged catch that fits into a notch of a ratchet to move a wheel forward or prevent it from moving backward
+move or strike with a noise
+make a clicking or ticking sound
+click repeatedly or uncontrollably
+cause to make a snapping sound
+produce a click
+make a clucking sounds, characteristic of hens
+become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions
verb, nounCollocation Dictionary
1 to make or cause sth to make a short sharp sound: [V] The cameras clicked away. + The bolt clicked into place. + [V-ADJ] The door clicked shut. + [VN] He clicked his fingers at the waiter. + Polly clicked her tongue in annoyance. + The corporal clicked his heels. + The police officer clicked a pair of handcuffs around his wrists.
2 ~ (on sth) to choose a particular function or item on a computer screen, etc., by pressing one of the buttons on a mouse: [VN] Click the OK button to start. + [V] I clicked on the link to the next page of the web site. + To run a window, just double-click on the icon. + Click here to add your opinion to the survey.
3 [V] (informal) to suddenly become clear or understood: Suddenly it clicked-we'd been talking about different people. + It all clicked into place. + Pieces of the puzzle suddenly clicked together.
4 [V] (informal) to become friends with sb at once; to become popular with sb: We met at a party and clicked immediately. + He's never really clicked with his students.
5 [V] (informal) to work well together: The team don't seem to have clicked yet. + We have clicked well together recently.
1 a short sharp sound: The front door closed with a click.
2 the act of pressing the button on a computer mouse
loud, sharp | audible | faint, little, quiet, soft | metallic | double, single (used about clicks on a computer mouse)
a double click on the filename
VERB + CLICK
The answerphone gave a sharp click.
with a ~
He closed his briefcase with a click.
| ~ of
She heard the click of shoes on the marble floor.
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