unpluggedunplugged | meaning of unplugged in Collins Dictionariesunplugged meaning, definition, what is unplugged: (of a performer or performance of popular music) using acoustic rather than electric instruments: Learn more.(of a performer or performance of popular music) using acoustic rather than electric instrumentsWhat does unplugged mean and how do you use unplugged in a sentence?[URL]/unplugged
adjective(of a performer or performance of popular music) using acoustic rather than electric instruments ⇒ Eric Clapton unplugged, ⇒ an unplugged version of the song
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adjective [ADJ after v, ADJ n]If a pop group or musician performs unplugged, they perform without any electric instruments. [journalism] ⇒ Do you remember when everyone got a bit tired of electronic clutter and went unplugged and acoustic?
Example sentences containing 'unplugged'
He put a teabag in a cup, unplugged the kettle and started to pour.Higgins, Jack A SEASON IN HELLEither that or you're having an affair and feelawkward about speaking to me just now and have deliberately unplugged it.Bénédicte Newland and Pascale Smets AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIRCovers were going on typewriters, the coffee machine being unplugged , cupboarddoorsshut and locked.Murray, Stephen DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION