What is another word for tabs?

98 synonyms found


[ tˈabz], [ tˈabz], [ t_ˈa_b_z]

Tabs are a common feature in many software applications and web browsers, helping users navigate between different pages and interfaces. While the word "tabs" is widely understood, there are several synonyms that can be used to describe this functionality. These include "panels," "panes," "windows," "screens," and "pages." Each of these terms communicates the idea of a discrete section of content that can be accessed and navigated independently of other sections. Depending on the context, one of these synonyms may be more appropriate than the others, but all of them can be used to describe the basic concept of tabs in digital interfaces.

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Usage examples for Tabs

Archibald Forester, renowned as an explorer of the psychic borderland, and wearing green tabs and a crown upon his shoulder-strap, discussed matters Alpine with an Italian artillery officer.
"The Orchard of Tears"
Sax Rohmer
The deacon felt he had been bidden to take himself away, yet with nothing learned; and as he slowly adjusted his plush cap and pulled its ear-tabs down, he fixed a facetious glance upon the housekeeper, making one more effort toward enlightenment, saying: I admit Marsden an honest village, less I never'd a-sold the farm an' moved in.
"The Brass Bound Box"
Evelyn Raymond
I've kept tabs on Jocelyn Thew for a bit, and I've had his dossier.
"The Box with the Broken Seals"
E. Phillips Oppenheim

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