Translation of button in Spanish:
- 1 (Clothing) to sew a button onto somethingon the button (American English) his answer was right on the buttoncoserle or pegarle un botón a algoshe arrived on the buttondio en el clavo con su respuestato be as bright as a buttonllegó en punto or muy puntualbutton noseser muy despiertonariz (feminine) chata y pequeñaExample sentences
- At this stage, they'll also check your garments for slits, broken buttons or zippers, and any other irregularities.
- It also features a two-button cuff with a button sleeve placket and wood grain Eagle logo buttons.
- He was pushing buttons on purpose, to figure out what would make him tick and what he would let roll off his back.
- 2 (switch) to hit the right buttonExample sentences
- She pushed the button and waited in front of one of the shiny gold colored doors.
- He pushed the green button in front of him and the mannequin started to move about the field.
- Push the button on the front edge and lift, the lid flips back and supports slide out, providing a stand for the phone.
- the blouse buttons to the neckla blusa va abotonada or abrochada hasta el cuelloExample sentences
- I am buttoning my skirt with fingers that are trembling, and my voice seems to be coming from a great distance.
- It was a cold November night in Hawolgok-dong and I buttoned my coat against a bitter wind announcing the onset of winter.
- I think glancing along rows of neatly zipped trousers and tightly buttoned shirts in the tube carriage.
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