[klik-er] /ˈklɪk ər/
someone or something that clicks.
a person or thing that clicks
(informal) a foreman in a shoe factory or printing works
The remote-control device of a piece of electronics (1980s+)
[klik-i-tee-klak] /ˈklɪk ɪ tiˈklæk/ noun 1. a rhythmic, swiftly paced succession of alternating clicks and clacks, as the sound produced by the wheels of a train moving over tracks.
- Click fraud
noun the practice of repeatedly clicking on a specific Web advertisement, simply to raise the cost to the marketer Examples Click fraud can be automated and the host, who manages the advertising programs, actually benefits from the rogue behavior. Usage Note computing
- Click language
noun a language of the three-branch family (Khoisan, Sandawe, and Hatsa), which uses tones to distinguish meanings and show case, gender, and number for nouns Examples A click language involves a sucking action by the tongue, but the position of the tongue and the way in which air is released into the mouth vary, just […]
adjective 1. pertaining to or denoting a company that does business on the Internet and in traditional stores or offices.