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klavišas statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Klaviatūros, pelės arba kitokio įtaiso elementas, kurį paspaudus gaunamas ženklas arba atliekamas tam tikras veiksmas (vykdoma komanda). atitikmenys: angl. key ryšiai: palyginkmygtukas siauresnis terminasalternatyvos klavišas siauresnis terminasankstesnio puslapio klavišas siauresnis terminasantrojo lygio klavišas siauresnis terminasdidžiųjų raidžių klavišas siauresnis terminasfunkcinis klavišas siauresnis terminasgrįžimo klavišas siauresnis terminasįterpimo klavišas siauresnis terminasįvedimo klavišas siauresnis terminaskombinacinis klavišas siauresnis terminasnaikinimo klavišas siauresnis terminaspabaigos klavišas siauresnis terminaspauzės klavišas siauresnis terminaspilkasis klavišas siauresnis terminaspradžios klavišas siauresnis terminasskaitmenų klavišas siauresnis terminasslinkties klavišas siauresnis terminasspausdinimo klavišas siauresnis terminasšalinimo klavišas siauresnis terminastabuliavimo klavišas siauresnis terminastarpo klavišas siauresnis terminastolesnio puslapio klavišas siauresnis terminastrečiojo lygio klavišas siauresnis terminasvaldymo klavišas

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  • key — key1 [kē] n. pl. keys [ME keye < OE cæge, akin to OFris kei, kēia, to secure, guard] 1. an instrument, usually of metal, for moving the bolt of a lock and thus locking or unlocking something 2. any of several instruments or mechanical devices… …   English World dictionary

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  • Key — Key, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Keved}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Keying}.] 1. To fasten or secure firmly; to fasten or tighten with keys or wedges. Francis. [1913 Webster] 2. (Computers) To enter (text, data) using keys, especially those on a keyboard; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • key — Ⅰ. key [1] ► NOUN (pl. keys) 1) a small piece of shaped metal which is inserted into a lock and rotated to open or close it. 2) an instrument for grasping and turning a screw, peg, or nut. 3) a lever depressed by the finger in playing an… …   English terms dictionary

  • key — key, a. Essential; most important; as, the key fact in the inquiry; the president was the key player inthe negotiations. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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