Push-pull meaning

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(electronics) Designating or of an amplifier circuit in which two tubes or transistors operate 180° out of phase with each other, usually producing a higher output of the desired wave and canceling undesired qualities, as hum.
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Of or relating to an arrangement of two identical electronic devices that that are set in opposite phase in order to minimize distortion.
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The definition of push-pull is a method to achieve action by pushing and pulling.

An example of something push-pull is a knob that turns an appliance on by pulling the knob and turns off the appliance by pushing the knob.

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Having two electronic devices in opposite phase.
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