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unplugged (ʌnˈplʌɡd Pronunciation for unplugged



  1. (of a performer or performance of popular music) using acoustic rather than electric instruments   ⇒ Eric Clapton unplugged, an unplugged version of the song

unplug (ʌnˈplʌɡ Pronunciation for unplug



-plugs, -plugging, -plugged (transitive)
  1. to disconnect (an electrical appliance) by taking the plug out of the socket
  2. to remove a plug or obstruction from

Example Sentences Including 'unplugged'

Covers were going on typewriters, the coffee machine being unplugged , cupboard doors shut and locked.
Murray, Stephen Death and Transfiguration
Either that or you're having an affair and feel awkward about speaking to me just now and have deliberately unplugged it.
Bénédicte Newland and Pascale Smets AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR (2005)
He put a teabag in a cup, unplugged the kettle and started to pour.
Higgins, Jack A Season in Hell


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