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Definition of Plug

Plug

  1. Any piece of wood, metal, or other substance used to stop or fill a hole; a stopple.
  2. A flat oblong cake of pressed tobacco.
  3. A high, tapering silk hat.
  4. A worthless horse.
  5. A block of wood let into a wall, to afford a hold for nails.
  6. To stop with a plug; to make tight by stopping a hole.

Plug Quotations

One day my wife went and saw the accountant and said she's pulling the plug. She said you guys are done. I said, how bad can it be? 10 grand? She said you're not even close. It came out to almost $50,000 in alcohol for two months.
Zakk Wylde

Eric Schmidt looks innocent enough, with his watercolor blue eyes and his tiny office full of toys and his Google campus stocked with volleyball courts and unlocked bikes and wheat-grass shots and cereal dispensers and Haribo Gummi Bears and heated toilet seats and herb gardens and parking lots with cords hanging to plug in electric cars.
Maureen Dowd

When I plug in my guitar and play it really loud, loud enough to deafen most people, that's my shot of adrenaline, and there's nothing like it. That's what it's always been for me - to be the flame the tribe dances around.
Joe Perry

If you have 50 different plug types, appliances wouldn't be available and would be very expensive. But once an electric outlet becomes standardized, many companies can design appliances, and competition ensues, creating variety and better prices for consumers.
Bill Gates

Slow travel now rivals the fly-to-Barcelona-for-lunch culture. Advocates savour the journey, travelling by train or boat or bicycle, or even on foot, rather than crammed into an airplane. They take time to plug into the local culture instead of racing through a list of tourist traps.
Carl Honore
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Plug Translations

plug in Dutch is ontstekingsbuis, bougie
plug in French is bouchon, connecteur
plug in German is Anschlussstecker {m}, einschalten, Stecker {m}
plug in Italian is spina, tappo
plug in Norwegian is tennplugg
plug in Portuguese is plugue
plug in Swedish is plugg, plomb, tapp, propp
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