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  1. plug

    • IPA[plʌɡ]

    英式

    • n.
      a piece of solid material fitting tightly into a hole and blocking it up;a circular piece of metal, rubber, or plastic used to stop the plughole of a bath or basin and keep the water in it
    • v.
      block or fill in (a hole or cavity);fill
    • noun: plug, plural noun: plugs

    • verb: plug, 3rd person present: plugs, gerund or present participle: plugging, past tense: plugged, past participle: plugged

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    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a piece of solid material fitting tightly into a hole and blocking it up:

      somewhere in the pipes there is a plug of ice blocking the flow

    • 2. a circular piece of metal, rubber, or plastic used to stop the plughole of a bath or basin and keep the water in it:

      she pulled out the plug and got out on to the sodden bath mat

    • 3. a baby's dummy.
    • 4. a mass of solidified lava filling the neck of a volcano.
    • 5. (in gardening) a young plant or clump of grass with a small mass of soil protecting its roots, for planting out.
    • 6. a device for making an electrical connection between an appliance and the mains, consisting of an insulated casing with metal pins that fit into holes in a socket:

      the cable is fitted with a two-pin plug

    • 7. a socket into which an electric plug can be fitted:

      the vacuum cleaner cord snaked away to a hidden plug

    • 8. short for spark plug
    • 9. a piece of publicity promoting a product, event, or establishment:

      he threw in a plug, boasting that the restaurant offered many entrées for under £5

    • 10. a piece of tobacco cut from a larger cake for chewing:

      they sold chewing tobacco in bars and plugs

    • 11. tobacco in large cakes designed to be cut for chewing:

      he was always chewing plug and cracking jokes

    • 12. a lure with one or more hooks attached.
    • 13. short for fireplug
    • 14. a tired or old horse.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. block or fill in (a hole or cavity):

      trucks arrived loaded with gravel to plug the hole and clear the road

    • 2. fill:

      the new sanctions are meant to plug the gaps in the trade embargo

    • 3. insert (something) into an opening so as to fill it:

      the baby plugged his thumb into his mouth

    • 4. mention (a product, event, or establishment) publicly in order to promote it:

      during the show he plugged his new record

    • 5. shoot or hit (someone or something):

      he got plugged in the head while he was taking a nap

    • 6. proceed steadily and laboriously with a journey or task:

      during the years of poverty, he plugged away at his writing

    • adj.
      able to be connected by means of a plug:
    • a plug-in telephone
    • n.
      a plug-in module or plug-in software.

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    • adj.
      able to be connected by means of a plug:
    • a plug-in kettle
    • n.
      a plug-in module or plug-in software.

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    • n. a sex toy of a type designed to be inserted into the rectum.

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    • adj.
      relating to or denoting computing equipment which is compatible with devices or systems produced by different manufacturers, to the extent that it can be plugged in and operated successfully:
    • the leading computer firms have been making machines which are plug-compatible with those already on the market
    • n.
      a piece of plug-compatible computing equipment.

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    • n.
      a thug or villain.
    • adj.
      very ugly:
    • that was one plug-ugly dress

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    • n. a sex toy of a type designed to be inserted into the rectum.

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    • adj.
      relating to computing equipment that is compatible with devices or systems produced by different manufacturers, to the extent that it can be plugged in and operated successfully:
    • the leading computer firms have been making machines which are plug-compatible with those already on the market
    • n.
      a piece of computing equipment designed to be plug-compatible.

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    • n.
      a thug or villain.
    • adj.
      (of a person) very ugly:
    • that was one plug-ugly dress

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    • IPA[pləɡ]

    美式

    • n.
      an obstruction blocking a hole, pipe, etc.:
    • somewhere in the pipes there is a plug of ice blocking the flow
    • v.
      block or fill in (a hole or cavity):
    • trucks arrived loaded with gravel to plug the hole and clear the road

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  2. 知識+

    • 關於plug 操作英文翻譯

      However how plugs move seems to be as important as how far they move.然而針頭的移動方式似乎...從一側往另一側扭曲,此接處實際的移動是非常小的。However, if the plug can twist from side to side around a point near the cable entry, the contacts actually...

    • 請幫我翻譯plug in the appliance....

      plug in插入 appliance 裝置 plug in the appliance 插入(特定)裝置

    • plug-and-chug是啥意思啊?

      大意是說在解決數學/物理問題時,沒有先分析探討問題的本質就急著找公式來代入求解...plug及chug在這裡指的都是將數值或代數值囫圇吞的代入