scroll


scroll
scroll [{{t}}skrəʊl]
1 noun
(a) (of paper, parchment) rouleau m
(b) (manuscript) manuscrit m (ancien)
(c) (on column, violin, woodwork) volute f; (in writing) enjolivement m, arabesque f; (in engraving etc) cartouche m (encadrant un titre)
(d) {{}}Computing{{}} défilement m
2 transitive verb
{{}}Computing{{}} faire défiler
3 intransitive verb
{{}}Computing{{}} défiler
►► {{}}Computing{{}} scroll bar barre f de défilement;
{{}}Computing{{}} scroll box ascenseur m;
{{}}Computing{{}} scroll button bouton m de défilement;
{{}}Computing{{}} scroll lock (key) touche f arrêt défil;
scroll saw scie f à chantourner
scroll down {{}}Computing{{}}
1 inseparable transitive verb
faire défiler un document vers le bas;
to scroll down a page passer à la page suivante
2 intransitive verb
(person) faire défiler de haut en bas; (text) défiler de haut en bas
scroll through inseparable transitive verb
{{}}Computing{{}} faire défiler d'un bout à l'autre, parcourir
scroll up {{}}Computing{{}}
1 inseparable transitive verb
to scroll up a document faire défiler un document vers le haut;
to scroll up a page passer à la page précédente
2 intransitive verb
(person) faire défiler de bas en haut; (text) défiler de bas en haut

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