Definition of pull-down in English:

pull-down

Syllabification: pull-down

adjective

[attributive]
Computing (Of a menu) appearing below a menu title only while selected. Compare with drop-down.
More example sentences
  • We'll make it as easy as possible by providing you with an online, automatic metadata generator that has pull-down menus to select headings from a subject tree and support from ISL staff.
  • This site will also let you select a specific movie title from a pull-down menu, enter your zip code and see reviews, clips or determine where the movie is showing in your area.
  • In this case, select your CD Recordable drive from the pull-down menu.

noun

Computing Back to top  
A pull-down menu.
More example sentences
  • Control sets are grouped onto floating windows, and are accessed by collapsible pull-downs.
  • Only the pull-down is empty, and it will not let you bypass the window to the next stage of the process, or manually type in your location.
  • Access the editor from the Start menu or from the CAD Manager pull-down inside Architectural Desktop.

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