[ kuhn-trohl-awlt-di-leet ]
/ kənˈtroʊlˈɔlt dɪˈlit /
Also Ctrl-Alt-Delete . a combination of three keys on a PC keyboard, usually labeled Ctrl, Alt, and Delete, held down simultaneously in order to close an application that is not responding, reboot the computer, log in, etc.
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First recorded in 1980–85
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