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one-click Line breaks: one-click

Definition of one-click in English:

adjective

Denoting a process or procedure that can be completed with one click of a button on a computer mouse, touchpad, etc. more than six million songs are available for preview and one-click purchase
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  • Macro statements make checking answers and rerandomizing cells a simple 'one-click' process for the student.
  • Everything that makes art compelling is blunted by the virtual, one-click world of the Net.
  • And don't bother with a credit card: It's all embedded in your one-click settings.

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