- v. transitive To plug again or anew.
- re- + plug (Wiktionary)
“Additionally, now there's a cord in the mix, and we have to unplug it and replug it every time we want to play our games (assuming that most of us have chargers).”
“While standing there waiting to replug I realize there is no way I am going to be able to climb back over!!”
“The builders have started on the Bakery in urnest and as a result I had to disconnect the modem and now it would replug in meaning that until work has finished I am basically going to be internetless”
“The clicking doesn't stop until I unplug and replug the TV.”
“Do not call a techie to replug an electrical cord.”
“Aside from Norton, though, this is a household of almost perfect joy: me, because I have a computer although I will need to replug parts of it in I was in such a hurry that wires are in interesting and unsafe for cats location, and the cats, because they have boxes.”
“Next time: should go get a third moogerfooger expression pedal: since the time value on the delay pretty much has to be either pedaled or maxed out, that leaves one pedal for fifteen other parameters, meaning reach down and replug was needed at least twice.”
“Insert a wedge of potato in each tube and replug the tubes.”
“Remove the rubber stopper from the mouth of the filter candle, introduce 10 c.c. sterile bouillon into its interior, and emulsify the bacterial sediment; replug the mouth of the candle with a wad of sterile cotton-wool.”
“Remove the mouth of the culture tube from the capsule, replace the lid of the latter, flame the mouth of the tube, and replug.”
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