Idioms with PUSH

push your luck
to take more risks or ask for more favors than you should
Don’t push your luck. I already gave you extra time to finish the job.

push the envelope
to try to go beyond the normal limits of something
She is a musician who pushes the envelope of improvisation.

push the panic button
to become very worried about something and react suddenly
Now is not the time for us to push the panic button.

push the right buttons
to get what you want by behaving in a clever way
He pushed the right buttons to get his team ready for the game.

push someone’s buttons
to cause a strong reaction or emotion in someone
Stay cool and don’t allow them to push your buttons.