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cost-push of or denoting the situation in which higher costs of production cause higher retail prices. (Cf. demand-pull.)
push button a small button or knob that is pushed, esp. to close or open an electrical circuit.
push the panic button (slang) to react frantically to a crisis.
push up daisies to be dead and buried.
push-button controlled by or as if by push buttons. [2 definitions]
push-up an exercise in which a person lies face down and raises and lowers the body by straightening and bending the arms.