Plugged - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈpləɡd|  American pronunciation of the word plugged
Brit.  |plʌɡd|  British pronunciation of the word plugged
- this word is a past tense form of the verbto plug
- this word is a past participle form of the verbto plug


- completely obstructed or closed off(syn: blocked)

the drain was plugged


She plugged the lamp into the socket.

He plugged him right in the chest.

He plugged his electric guitar into an amplifier.

The pipe seems to be plugged up and the water can't flow away.

Somebody plugged him with a potato.

The owner will easily see you plugged the report.

Helena plugged an electric kettle into a point underneath the table.

'Is your printer working?' 'Wait a minute - it's not plugged in.'

Your phone can be plugged into the cigarette lighter socket in your car.

Rory plugged the cable back into the socket.

If you boot up your system without the keyboard being plugged in, you will see an error message.

No wonder the lamp didn't come on, it's not plugged in!

He plugged his guitar into the amp.

The washing machine won't go unless it's plugged in

She plugged a cork in the wine bottle

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