Bookmark meaning

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Bookmark means to save website addresses for easy access in the future.

A researcher saving Internet sites with source material in an example of to bookmark.

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A strip of material, as of ribbon or leather, or a metal clamp, that is placed between the pages of a book to mark the reader's place.
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The definition of bookmark means a shortcut to a previously viewed website.

The option that you use to save a website in Internet Explorer is an example of a bookmark.

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A stored location for quick retrieval at a later date. Web browsers provide bookmarks that contain the addresses (URLs) of favorite sites. Most electronic references, large text databases and help systems provide bookmarks that mark a location users want to revisit in the future. See Favorites, bookmark portal and bookmarklet.
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Bookmark is defined as a piece of paper or other object used to mark a place in a book.

The long piece of printed cardstock that you get with your purchase at a bookstore is an example of a bookmark.

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A record of a selected webpage or URL kept by a program such as a web browser or help utility. Bookmarks allow the user to find and return to a selected site by clicking an easily recognizable link.
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To make a bookmark for (a webpage or URL).
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Anything slipped between the pages of a book to mark a place.
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(comput.) A digital pointer that a user can create for gaining easy access to a webpage, a portion of text in a file, etc.
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(comput.) To create a bookmark to (a webpage, portion of text, etc.)
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A strip of material used to mark a place in a book.
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(computing) A record of the address of a file or Internet page serving as a shortcut to it.
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(databases) A pointer found in a nonclustered index to a row in a clustered index or a table heap.
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(computing) To create a bookmark.
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