English version

with/at the touch of a button/key

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwith/at the touch of a button/keywith/at the touch of a button/keyused to emphasize that something can be done very easily by pressing a button This card allows you to access your money at the touch of a button. You can get all the latest information with the touch of a button. touch
Examples from the Corpus
with/at the touch of a button/keyAt the touch of a button a huge gate opens and I am confined in a small area between fences.At the touch of a button they can still be made to disappear.A customer uses her remote control to shop different channels with the touch of a button.Up to ten needles can be operated separately by computer programme producing endless designs and colourways at the touch of a button.Letters, words or whole lines can be deleted and new texts inserted at the touch of a button.An oil dispensing massage head dispenses oil at the touch of a button to give a smooth, drag free massage.You can add categories and recipes at the touch of a button.Jet start operates for 30 seconds at the touch of a button.
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