The word button is a noun. Button means (1) a round fastener sewn to shirts and coats etc to fit through buttonholes, (2) an electrical switch operated by pressing a button, (3) a female sexual organ homologous to the penis, (4) any of various plant parts that resemble buttons.
Button is also a verb that means (1) fasten with buttons, (2) provide with buttons.
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Visit this buttons retailer directory for information about button retailers in the United States of America. The macro photo on this page shows a button and buttonhole on a pin-striped suit.
Visit this notions retailer directory for info about notion retailers in the United States. The photo on this web page depicts a sewing kit, with assorted needles, thread, and buttons.
Visit this vending machine parts and supplies manufacturer directory to locate vending machine parts and supplies manufacturers in the USA. The close-up photo hereon depicts a vending machine coin slot and coin return button.
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The following articles provide recent button-related news.
Apple scored a hit in 2009 with its iPhone 3G ad campaign that reminded us there was an app for virtually anything you could imagine.
By Mike Berardino , Contributor. Forbes. Tuesday, 09 Feb 2021 23:54:13 -0500.
Former Formula 1 world champion Jenson Button, who will compete in the new Extreme E racing series for his own team, says the future of motorsport "will always be electric".
BBC News. Saturday, 06 Feb 2021 06:41:38 GMT.