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Topic: COMPUTERS

Date: 1900-2000
Origin: cursor 'messenger, sliding pointer on a scientific instrument' (16-20 centuries), from Latin, 'runner', from currere; CURRENT1

cursor

noun
     
cur‧sor [countable]
TDTD a mark that can be moved around a computer screen to show where you are working
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