Definition of toolbar in English:

toolbar

Line breaks: tool|bar
Pronunciation: /ˈtuːlbɑː(r)
 
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noun

Computing
(In a program with a graphical user interface) a strip of icons that can be clicked to perform certain functions.
More example sentences
  • Most programmers eventually have to manipulate bitmaps for icons or toolbars, and most programmers don't have a good bitmap editor available.
  • There was no way to design the whole main window, with menubars, toolbars and statusbar.
  • Above the graphics area is a menu bar and two customizable toolbars.

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