drag-and-drop

adjective

Definition of drag-and-drop 

on a computer

: allowing the movement of items (such as icons) by dragging them to a new location a drag-and-drop interface

First Known Use of drag-and-drop

1985, in the meaning defined above

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dragbar

dragboat

dragbolt

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