Definition of push button in English:

push button

Syllabification: push but·ton

noun

  • A button that is pushed to operate an electrical device: some kind of push button on their TV sets [as modifier]: a push-button telephone
    More example sentences
    • There is an electronic, push-button steering lock - Bentley owners are, it seems, too posh to push.
    • With the luxury of push-button devices, DJs and truck-borne musicians increased music speed on demand or at will.
    • There are no dials, it's a push-button thing: push for on/off or to change the radio station or turn the volume up or down.

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