push button

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Describes a widget used to carry out a command or action when selected A push button is known as a command button in MS Windows parlance
A form field that lets the user submit the form or that resets the form to its initial state
A form field that a site visitor can click to submit a form or reset a form to its initial state
A button that is added to a form page that enables a user to submit a form or to reset a form; these options may be set when the button is created
A form field that allows the user to submit a form or reset the form to its initial state
A button the user clicks to do some action, such as submit a form
press button, electric switch that operates via a pressing
A simple device, resembling a button in form, so arranged that pushing it closes an electric circuit, as of an electric bell
A window field type that appears as a raised three dimensional rectangle with text on it describing the button activity
A form field that lets a user submit a form or reset a form to its initial state
A form field that lets the user submit the form, or that resets the form to its initial state
an electrical switch operated by pressing a button; "the elevator was operated by push buttons"; "the push beside the bed operated a buzzer at the desk"
An electrical switch with a pushing action (as opposed to a toggle switch or slide switch) The doorbell button is an example of a push button See Also: Toggle switch Slide switch
(n ) A control that immediately starts an action as soon as it is chosen; for example, OK, Cancel, and Help in dialog boxes
A rounded rectangle with a text label on it, which the user clicks to perform an instantaneous action, such as saving a document, completing operations defined by a dialog, or acknowledging an error message
A control that immediately starts an action as soon as it is chosen OK, Cancel, and Help are examples of push buttons commonly found in dialog boxes
push button tuning
adjusting by pressing a button
push-button
Which can be initiated or activated at the push of a button

push-button warfare.

push-button
An electrical switch activated by pressing a button
push-button
A push-button machine or process is controlled by means of buttons or switches. push-button phones. operated by pressing a button with your finger
push-button radio
a radio receiver that can be tuned by pressing buttons
push-button telephone
{i} telephone which is operated by push-buttons, telephone that is not rotary
push button

    Hyphenation

    push but·ton

    Turkish pronunciation

    pûş bʌtın

    Pronunciation

    /ˈpo͝osʜ ˈbətən/ /ˈpʊʃ ˈbʌtən/

    Etymology

    [ 'push ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English pusshen, from Middle French poulser to beat, push, from Old French, from Latin pulsare, frequentative of pellere to drive, strike; more at FELT.

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