A row of icons on a computer screen that activate commands or functions when clicked. (noun)
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Use "toolbar" in a sentence
"Part of this toolbar is actually a desktop alert messenger."
"This toolbar is the heart of the Diigo gathering machine and the new version rocks with features."
"I think the example of the toolbar is a good one to use."