(Or “drop-down list”) A graphical user interface component that allows the user to choose one (or sometimes more than one) item from a list. The current choice is visible in a small rectangle and when the user clicks on it, a list of items is revealed below it. The user can then click on one of these to make it the current choice and the list disappears. In some cases, by holding down a modifier key such as Ctrl when clicking, the selection is added to (or removed from) the set of current choices rather than replacing it.
- Pull-down menu
operating system (Or “drop-down menu”, “pop-down menu”) A menu in a graphical user interface, whose title is normally visible but whose contents are revealed only when the user activates it, normally by pressing the mouse button while the pointer is over the title, whereupon the menu items appear below the title. The user may then […]
[poo ld] /pʊld/ adjective 1. of or denoting meat that is cooked until the meat can easily be pulled off the bone, as in pulled pork. [poo l] /pʊl/ verb (used with object) 1. to draw or haul toward oneself or itself, in a particular direction, or into a particular position: to pull a sled […]
- Pulled chicken
noun See pulled meat
- Pulled meat
noun any meat, usu. pork butt or shoulder but also chicken, smoked in a slow cooker until the meat pulls easily from the bone; also called pulled pork , pulled pig , pulled chicken Examples Fat and gristle are discarded and pulled pork is simmered in sauce before serving