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plug /plʌɡ/ noun [countable]
plug verb (past tense and past participle plugged, present participle plugging) [transitive]


فیش ، شمع ، درپوش ، سوراخ گیره ، قاش ، دوشاخه ، کلید اتصال ، سربطری ، توپی گذاشتن (در) ، بستن ، درچیزی را گرفتن ، قاچ کردن ، تیر زدن ، برق وصل کردن ، علوم مهندسی: سوراخگیر ، کامپیوتر: دو شاخه ، الکترونیک: دوشاخه ، معماری: دوشاخه برق ، ورزش: اسب مسابقه از نوع پست و نامناسب نوعی طعمه ماهیگیری با چند قلاب ، علوم هوایی: درپوش ، علوم نظامی: بیرون زدن
الکترونیک: دو شاخه ، کامپیوتر: دوشاخه ، توپی ، سوراخگیر ، علوم مهندسی: اسب مسابقه از نوع پست و نامناسب نوعی طعمه ماهیگیری با چند قلاب ، ورزشی: درپوش ، هواپیمایی: توپی ، دوشاخه برق ، معماری: دوشاخه ، فیش ، شمع ، درپوش ، بیرون زدن ، علوم نظامی: دوشاخه ، الکترونیک: توپی ، سوراخ گیره ، در، سر، قاش ، قاچ ، دوشاخه ، کلید اتصال ، سربطری ، توپی گذاشتن( در)، بستن ، درچیزی را گرفتن ، قاچ کردن ، تیر زدن ، برق وصل کردندو شاخه ، کامپیوتر: دوشاخه ، توپی ، سوراخگیر ، علوم مهندسی: اسب مسابقه از نوع پست و نامناسب نوعی طعمه ماهیگیری با چند قلاب ، ورزشی: درپوش ، هواپیمایی: توپی ، دوشاخه برق ، معماری: دوشاخه ، فیش ، شمع ، درپوش ، بیرون زدن ، علوم نظامی: دوشاخه ، الکترونیک: توپی ، سوراخ گیره ، در، سر، قاش ، قاچ ، دوشاخه ، کلید اتصال ، سربطری ، توپی گذاشتن( در)، بستن ، درچیزی را گرفتن ، قاچ کردن ، تیر زدن ، برق وصل کردن کامپیوتر: دوشاخه

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

plug
[noun]
Synonyms:
- stopper, bung, cork, spigot
- mention, advert (Brit. informal), advertisement, hype, publicity, push
[verb]
Synonyms:
- seal, block, bung, close, cork, fill, pack, stop, stopper, stop up, stuff
- mention, advertise, build up, hype, promote, publicize, push
- plug away: slog, grind (informal), labour, peg away, plod, toil
Related Words: pack, cork
English Thesaurus: advertise, promote, market, publicize, hype, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. plug1 S3 /plʌɡ/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1600-1700; Language: Dutch; Origin: Middle Dutch plugge]

1. ELECTRICITY
a) a small object at the end of a wire that is used for connecting a piece of electrical equipment to the main supply of electricity:
The plug on my iron needs changing.
an electric plug
b) especially British English informal a place on a wall where electrical equipment can be connected to the main electricity supply Synonym : socket, outlet American English

2. BATH a round flat piece of rubber used for stopping the water flowing out of a bath or sink:
the bath plug

3. ADVERTISEMENT informal a way of advertising a book, film etc by mentioning it publicly, especially on television or radio
put/get in a plug (for something)
During the show she managed to put in a plug for her new book.

4. IN AN ENGINE informal the part of a petrol engine that makes a spark, which makes the petrol start burning Synonym : spark plug:
Change the plugs every 10,000 miles.

5. pull the plug (on something) informal to prevent a plan, business etc from being able to continue, especially by deciding not to give it any more money:
The Swiss entrepreneur has pulled the plug on any further investment in the firm.

6. TO FILL A HOLE an object or substance that is used to fill or block a hole, tube etc
plug of
You can fill any holes with plugs of matching wood.earplug

7. FOR HOLDING SCREWS British English a small plastic tube put in a hole to hold a screw tightly

8. A PIECE OF SOMETHING a piece of something pressed tightly together:
a plug of tobacco

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. plug2 verb (past tense and past participle plugged, present participle plugging) [transitive]

1. (also plug up) to fill or block a small hole:
We used mud to plug up the holes in the roof.

2. to advertise a book, film etc by mentioning it on television or radio:
Arnie was on the show to plug his new movie.

3. plug the gap to provide something that is needed, because there is not enough:
With so few trained doctors, paramedics were brought in to plug the gap.

4. American English old-fashioned to shoot someone
plug away phrasal verb
to keep working hard at something
plug away at
If you keep plugging away at it, your English will improve.
plug something ↔ in phrasal verb
to connect a piece of electrical equipment to the main supply of electricity, or to another piece of electrical equipment:
‘Is your printer working?’ ‘Wait a minute – it’s not plugged in.’
plug into something phrasal verb

1. plug (something) into something to connect one piece of electrical equipment to another, or to be connected:
Your phone can be plugged into the cigarette lighter socket in your car.
Games consoles plug into the back of the TV.

2. informal to realize that something is available to be used and use it:
A lot of students don’t plug into all the research facilities we have.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

plug
noun
I. electric
ADJ. electric | mains | three-pin, two-pin The iron is fitted with a three-pin plug.
jack | fused
VERB + PLUG pull (out), take out | fit, wire | be fitted with | change

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

plug
II. for a sink, etc.
ADJ. basin, bath, sink
VERB + PLUG put in | pull out
PLUG + NOUN hole (also plughole)

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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