Idiom: Push the panic button
If someone pushes the panic button, they respond to a situation by becoming very frightened or excited.Country: International English | Subject Area: Technology & science | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Bright as a button
- Hot button
- Your belly button is bigger than your stomach
- Push comes to shove
- Button your lip
- Cute as a button
- Button it
- Right on the button
- Push the envelope
- Don't push my buttons!
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