mouse pad
noun Date: 1983 a thin flat pad (as of rubber) on which a computer mouse is used

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  • mouse pad — mouse ,pad noun count COMPUTING a piece of smooth soft material that you put under a computer MOUSE so that it can move smoothly. British usually mouse mat …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • mouse pad — mouse pads also mousepad N COUNT A mouse pad is the same as a mouse mat. [mainly AM] …   English dictionary

  • mouse pad — mouse′ pad n. cmp cmp a small typically foam rubber sheet used to provide a stable surface on which a computer mouse can be moved • Etymology: 1980–85 …   From formal English to slang

  • mouse pad — Computers. a small typically foam rubber sheet used to provide a stable surface on which a computer mouse can be moved. [1980 85] * * * (alsomousepad) n. a piece of rigid or slightly resilient material on which a computer mouse is moved * * *… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • mouse pad — noun A pad with surface used to enhance the movement of a computer mouse. Syn: mouse mat …   Wiktionary

  • Mouse-Pad — Mauspad Ergonomisches Mauspad mit Handauflage Ein Mauspad, auch Mausmatte oder einfach nur Pad, ist eine spezielle Unterlage, die das Arbeiten mit einer Maus verbessern soll …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • mouse pad — Computers. a small typically foam rubber sheet used to provide a stable surface on which a computer mouse can be moved. [1980 85] * * * …   Universalium

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