Definition of 'button'
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We will learn to push the button in the right moment. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Add in a few ingredients and hit the button. The Sun (2017)His brown hair is flecked with grey and he has more shiny gold buttons than anyone else. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If there is a collapse of challengers, the government may yet push this nuclear button. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Let's hope she can push all the right buttons. The Sun (2016)A big red stop button sits on the dashboard. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There are many people who stay in their beds in the morning just that little bit extra and hit the snooze button one more time. The Sun (2017)It pushes the right buttons. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Users can place it down on a line of text and with a push of a button, the device takes an image. Smithsonian Mag (2017)And who wants to buy a vehicle where you have to push a button to confirm you'd rather kill a pedestrian than die yourself? Times, Sunday Times (2016)One woman likened it to the washing machine set in action with no control over the buttons. Why am I Afraid to Grieve (1994)Turn your phone off and press all the right buttons in the bedroom. The Sun (2008)So the boost button should be hit off the runway. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Wear a classic white shirt buttoned up for a preppy look. The Sun (2015)They paid for this foreigner in a grey military coat with grey buttons. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Too many people get movement because they push their finger on the button too hard. The Sun (2011)Replace cheap plastic buttons with vintage ones or add a trim to an old skirt. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That alone should make us pause before pushing the eject button. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Play along to classic tracks by pushing buttons on the device or shaking it. The Sun (2011)Now you can fasten the button and the zip will stay closed. The Sun (2014)Mine were unashamedly bright orange with huge brass fly buttons. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Close zips and fasten buttons to help clothes keep their shape. Times, Sunday Times (2015)And then there is the launch control button. The Sun (2006)Other singers can hit all the right technical buttons yet still often leave emotions untouched. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If it is at all risky hit the delete button. The Sun (2014)The trend now is to wear your shirt buttoned up to the eyeballs. Times, Sunday Times (2010)At the very least the car seemed to demand a white polo neck beneath a navy blazer with gold buttons. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Perhaps the only reason for the folded arms is to show off as many as possible of its forty oversized gold buttons. HISTORY PLAY: The Lives and After-life of Christopher Marlowe (2004)The popular post-match interactive forums are also available via the red button. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'button'
British English: button /ˈbʌtn/ NOUN
Buttons are small hard objects sewn on to pieces of clothing, which you use to fasten the clothing.
...a coat with blue buttons.
- American English: button
- Arabic: زِرّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: botão
- Chinese: 纽扣
- Croatian: dugme
- Czech: knoflík
- Danish: knap
- Dutch: knoop op kleding
- European Spanish: botón
- Finnish: nappi
- French: bouton vêtement
- German: Knopf
- Greek: κουμπί
- Italian: bottone
- Japanese: ボタン 服
- Korean: 단추
- Norwegian: knapp
- Polish: guzik
- European Portuguese: botão
- Romanian: nasture
- Russian: пуговица
- Spanish: botón
- Swedish: knapp på kläder
- Thai: กระดุม
- Turkish: düğme giysi, elektrik
- Ukrainian: кнопка
- Vietnamese: khuy
Definition of button from the Collins English Dictionary
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