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Buttom vs. Button

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Which is correct: Buttom or Button

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Buttom
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Button
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Buttom

Misspelling of bottom.

Buttonnoun

A knob or disc that is passed through a loop or (buttonhole), serving as a fastener.

‘April fastened the buttons of her overcoat to keep out the wind.’;

Buttonnoun

A mechanical device meant to be pressed with a finger in order to open or close an electric circuit or to activate a mechanism.

‘Pat pushed the button marked "shred" on the blender.’;

Buttonnoun

(graphical user interface) An on-screen control that can be selected as an activator of an attached function.

‘Click the button that looks like a house to return to your browser's home page.’;

Buttonnoun

(US) A badge worn on clothes, fixed with a pin through the fabric.

‘The politician wore a bright yellow button with the slogan "Vote Smart" emblazoned on it.’;

Buttonnoun

(botany) A bud.

Buttonnoun

The head of an unexpanded mushroom.

Buttonnoun

(slang) The clitoris.

Buttonnoun

(curling) The center (bullseye) of the house.

Buttonnoun

(fencing) The soft circular tip at the end of a foil.

Buttonnoun

(poker) A plastic disk used to represent the person in last position in a poker game; also dealer's button.

Buttonnoun

(poker) The player who is last to act after the flop, turn and river, who possesses the button.

Buttonnoun

(archaic) A person who acts as a decoy.

Buttonnoun

A raised pavement marker to further indicate the presence of a pavement marking painted stripe.

Buttonnoun

A methaqualone tablet (used as a recreational drug).

Buttonnoun

A piece of wood or metal, usually flat and elongated, turning on a nail or screw, to fasten something, such as a door.

Buttonnoun

A globule of metal remaining on an assay cupel or in a crucible, after fusion.

Buttonnoun

A knob; a small ball; a small, roundish mass.

Buttonnoun

A small white blotch on a cat's coat.

Buttonnoun

A unit of length equal to 1/12 of an inch.

Buttonnoun

The means for initiating a nuclear strike or similar cataclysmic occurrence.

Buttonnoun

(lutherie) In an instrument of the violin family, the near semi-circular shape extending from the top of the back plate of the instrument, meeting the heel of the neck.

Buttonnoun

(lutherie) lang=en.

Buttonnoun

synonym of adjuster.

Buttonnoun

The least amount of care or interest; a whit or jot.

Buttonnoun

(comedy) The final joke at the end of a comedic act (such as a sketch, set, or scene).

Buttonverb

(transitive) To fasten with a button.

Buttonverb

(intransitive) To be fastened by a button or buttons.

‘The coat will not button.’;

Buttonnoun

A knob; a small ball; a small, roundish mass.

Buttonnoun

A catch, of various forms and materials, used to fasten together the different parts of dress, by being attached to one part, and passing through a slit, called a buttonhole, in the other; - used also for ornament.

Buttonnoun

A bud; a germ of a plant.

Buttonnoun

A piece of wood or metal, usually flat and elongated, turning on a nail or screw, to fasten something, as a door.

Buttonnoun

A globule of metal remaining on an assay cupel or in a crucible, after fusion.

Buttonverb

To fasten with a button or buttons; to inclose or make secure with buttons; - often followed by up.

‘He was a tall, fat, long-bodied man, buttoned up to the throat in a tight green coat.’;

Buttonverb

To dress or clothe.

Buttonverb

To be fastened by a button or buttons; as, the coat will not button.

Buttonnoun

a round fastener sewn to shirts and coats etc to fit through buttonholes

Buttonnoun

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’;

Buttonnoun

any of various plant parts that resemble buttons

Buttonnoun

a female sexual organ homologous to the penis

Buttonverb

provide with buttons;

‘button a shirt’;

Buttonverb

fasten with buttons;

‘button the dress’;

Buttonnoun

a small disc or knob sewn on to a garment, either to fasten it by being pushed through a slit made for the purpose or for decoration.

Buttonnoun

a small round object resembling a button

‘chocolate buttons’;

Buttonnoun

a knob fitted to the point of a foil to make it harmless.

Buttonnoun

used in reference to things of little worth

‘he will never give away anything that is worth a button’;

Buttonnoun

a small device on a piece of electrical or electronic equipment which is pressed to operate it.

Buttonnoun

an element of a graphical user interface which a user can select to perform a particular action

‘just search for the app you want and click the 'buy' or 'install' button’;

Buttonnoun

a badge bearing a design or slogan and pinned to clothing.

Buttonverb

fasten (clothing) with buttons

‘he buttoned up his jacket’;

Buttonverb

fasten the buttons of a garment being worn by someone

‘he buttoned himself into the raincoat’;

Buttonverb

(of a garment) be fastened with buttons

‘a dress which buttoned down the front’;

Buttonverb

stop talking.

Button

In modern clothing and fashion design, a button is a small fastener, now most commonly made of plastic but also may be made of metal, wood, or seashell, that joins two pieces of fabric together. In archaeology, a button can be a significant artifact.

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