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double tap

To lightly touch a touch-sensitive screen twice in rapid succession. Although there are touchscreens that require pressure on the screen surface, capacitive touchscreens such as those used in iPhones and similar devices require only a gentle touch on the screen. See tap and touchscreen.
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