Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of plug.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of plug.

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Examples

  • To Tom the Troll: Push-in plugs is all I ever use.

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  • Watching the kids work on the plugs is amazing, especially for a guy like me who has no ability for that whatsoever.

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  • Watching the kids work on the plugs is amazing, especially for a guy like me who has no ability for that whatsoever.

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  • Or you could pack some nice inexpensive ear plugs from the chemist.

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  • As radio host, Batt would slyly work in plugs for his business, and he often portrayed himself as a family man.

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  • By the way do you prefer the push in plugs or flat sheets or do you use both for your scoring gauges?

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  • As radio host, Batt would slyly work in plugs for his business, and he often portrayed himself as a family man.

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  • I was warned to bring ear plugs, and I bought a $10 pair of professional plugs from the indy record store around the corner.

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  • That explains why only one of the two RJ 11 plugs is active.

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  • More than just a clever twist of phrase, the album title plugs into the keyboardist's ultra-inventive approach in fusing the various elements of his professional background -- traditional and modern jazz, rock, pop and orchestral music -- with an aggressive, rap-spiced street vibe, topping off the infectious blend with stylistic homages to rhythms from around the globe.

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