drag–and–drop

adjective

Definition of drag–and–drop

  1. :  of, relating to, or allowing movement of items on a computer screen by dragging them and fixing their new locations by releasing the mouse button <a drag–and–drop interface>

1985

First Known Use of drag–and–drop

1985


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