scroll ( scrolls plural & 3rd person present) ( scrolling present participle) ( scrolled past tense & past participle )
1 n-count A scroll is a long roll of paper or a similar material with writing on it.
Ancient scrolls were found in caves by the Dead Sea.
2 n-count A scroll is a painted or carved decoration made to look like a scroll.
...a handsome suite of chairs incised with Grecian scrolls.
3 verb If you scroll through text on a computer screen, you move the text up or down to find the information that you need. (COMPUTING) I scrolled down to find `United States of America'. V prep/adv
scroll bar ( scroll bars plural ) On a computer screen, a scroll bar is a long thin box along one edge of a window, which you click on with the mouse to move the text up, down, or across the window. (COMPUTING) n-count
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