a row at the bottom of a window that displays information about the window, as the status of a Web page load or details of an open document.
a narrow horizontal area at the foot of a computer screen or window in which details are displayed about the program that is running or the document that is being edited
a strip along the bottom of a software or Internet application that indicates what is happening with a task or information like date, time, cursor or scroll position, page number, open applications, etc.
- Status epilepticus
/ˌɛpɪˈlɛptɪkəs/ noun 1. a condition in which repeated epileptic seizures occur without the patient gaining consciousness between them. If untreated for a prolonged period it can lead to long-term disability or death status epilepticus status ep·i·lep·ti·cus (ěp’ə-lěp’tĭ-kəs) n. A condition in which one major attack of epilepsy succeeds another with little or no intermission.
noun 1. the position of an individual in relation to another or others, especially in regard to social or professional standing. 2. state or condition of affairs: Arbitration has failed to change the status of the disagreement. 3. Law. the standing of a person before the law. adjective 4. conferring or believed to confer elevated […]
noun, Sociology. 1. a social stratum sharing the same lifestyle or occupation and having the same level of prestige.
noun, Canadian. 1. a member of any of the numerous indigenous groups registered as Indians under the federal Indian Act, having special rights and privileges and usually living on a reservation. status Indian noun 1. (Canadian) a member of a native Canadian people who is registered as an Indian under the federal Indian Act