Definition of 'plug in'
Example sentences containing 'plug in'
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Galbraith put the plug in the sink, squeezed some detergent over the dishes lying there, and turned on the water. SLEEP WHILE I SING
When Daddy tried to plug in his computer and printer today we blew a fuse. RANDOM ACTS OF SENSELESS VIOLENCE (1993)
Translations for 'plug in'
British English: plug in /plʌɡ ɪn/ VERB
If you plug a piece of electrical equipment in, you push its plug into an electric socket so that it can work.
I filled the kettle and plugged it in.
- American English: plug in
- Arabic: يُوصِلُ بِالقَابِسِ الكَهْرَبائِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ligar eletricidade
- Chinese: 插上电源
- Croatian: uključiti
- Czech: zapojit do elektřiny
- Danish: slutte til
- Dutch: insteken
- European Spanish: enchufar
- Finnish: kytkeä pistorasiaan
- French: brancher
- German: einstöpseln
- Greek: συνδέω στην πρίζα
- Italian: inserire
- Japanese: プラグで接続する
- Korean: (…)을 (…)에 연결하다
- Norwegian: plugge inn
- Polish: wetknąć
- European Portuguese: ligar electricidade
- Romanian: a conecta
- Russian: включать в сеть
- Spanish: enchufar
- Swedish: sätta i
- Thai: เสียบปลั๊ก
- Turkish: bağlamak devreye
- Ukrainian: підключати
- Vietnamese: cắm vào
Definition of plug in from the Collins English Dictionary
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