push-pull

adjective
\ ˈpu̇sh-ˈpu̇l \

Definition of push-pull 

: relating to or being an arrangement of two electronic circuit elements (such as transistors) such that an alternating input causes them to send current through a load alternately a push-pull circuit

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push-pull noun

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1920, in the meaning defined above

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