Definition of 'unplug'
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Used Rarely. unplug is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'unplug'
British English: unplug /ʌnˈplʌɡ/ VERB
If you unplug a piece of electrical equipment, you take its plug out of the socket.
Whenever there's a storm, I unplug my computer.
- American English: unplug
- Arabic: يَنْزِعُ القابِسَ الكَهْرَبائيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: desligar
- Chinese: 拔去插头
- Croatian: isključiti
- Czech: odpojit z elektřiny
- Danish: trække stikke ud
- Dutch: de stekker uittrekken
- European Spanish: desenchufar
- Finnish: irrottaa pistoke
- French: débrancher
- German: rausziehen
- Greek: βγάζω από την πρίζα
- Italian: staccare
- Japanese: プラグを抜いて電源を断つ
- Korean: 플러그를 뽑다
- Norwegian: koble fra
- Polish: wyłączyć z sieci
- European Portuguese: desligar
- Romanian: a deconecta
- Russian: вынуть вилку из розетки
- Spanish: desenchufar
- Swedish: dra ur kontakten
- Thai: ถอดปลั๊ก
- Turkish: fişten çekmek
- Ukrainian: вимикати
- Vietnamese: tháo phích cắm
Definition of unplug from the Collins English Dictionary
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