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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of plug.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of a coin) altered by the insertion of a plug of base metal
- adj. completely obstructed or closed off
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Unplugging the device, he pulled a small screwdriver from his pocket, made several mysterious adjustments, and again plugged in the instrument, which then buzzed vigorously when turned on ….
Needless to say I jumped in plugged it and then cast off (she actually got up on a plane which was impressive) with the pump on.
The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that 5 to 10 percent of a home's energy use comes from "vampire losses" -- devices such as cellphone chargers, DVRs and computer power supplies that remain plugged in and draw power even when set to "off."
The best way to honor my friend's memory was to work through the fears and remain plugged in and engaged.
Most fuel screws are plugged from the factory for EPA regulations, but feel free to take the plug out and tune your quad.
In that case you'll be using "atmosphere commands," or words you type to produce a generic pose smile, grin, frown, etc with your name plugged in.
And there were two small snags: The reporter's phone rang, but when he answered it, another call plugged the line so he didn't connect with Krastajic.
She is apparently someone who once said something about Christmas, and her name plugged into Google returns more than 12,000 hits.
The gurus in the Web analytics department regularly furnish us with a list of popular terms plugged into the “Search” bar at ConsumerReports. org.
Company officials have variously put the time frame at anywhere from immediately until after the spill is plugged, which isn't likely to happen until August.
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