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plug sth in

phrasal verb with plug
 
 
/plʌɡ/ verb [T] (-gg-)
IT to connect a piece of electrical equipment to another piece of electrical equipment or to the main electricity supply: The printer will begin to work as soon as you plug it in.
Translations of “plug sth in”
in Russian включать в сеть…
in Turkish prize takmak…
in Polish wetknąć coś (do gniazdka)…
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