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toolbar

[ tool-bahr ]
/ ˈtulˌbɑr /
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noun Computers.
a row or rows of buttons on a display screen that are clicked on to select various functions in a software application or web browser.
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Origin of toolbar

First recorded in 1960–65; tool + bar1
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British Dictionary definitions for toolbar

toolbar
/ (ˈtuːlˌbɑː) /

noun
a horizontal row or vertical column of selectable buttons displayed on a computer screen, allowing the user to select a variety of functions
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