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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpush-buttonˈpush-button adjective [only before noun]  SWITCH ON OR OFFoperated by pressing a button with your finger a push-button telephone
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push-buttonIf you have a push-button phone, you can choose your reading by pressing any number from 1-78.a push-button phonethe push-button piloting of a shipHigh railings guarded the small courtyard gardens, the gates of which were usually protected by push-button security-code entry locks.An ordinary push-button switch triggers the monostable whose output goes from Logic 0 to 1.An ordinary push-button switch usually produces several pulses instead of one.Fibre-optic communications, push-button telephones and microcomputers won't stop the country from literally collapsing around our ears.When I was born, we had telephones-we even had push-button telephones.For a start, it is the only tractor on the market with an electronic push-button throttle.push-button warfare
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