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plug

noun [C] (ELECTRICAL OBJECT) 电的物件     /plʌɡ/
a small plastic or rubber object with two or three metal pins which is fixed to the end of a wire on a piece of electrical equipment, and which is pushed into a special opening in a wall in order to connect the equipment to a supply of electricity 插头 a three-pin/two-pin plug 三相/两相插头 to fit/change a plug 安装/更换插头 If a plug is wired incorrectly, it can be dangerous. 如果插头接线不对会很危险。 Electrical switches and connections
mainly UK informal an electric socket 插座 Is there a plug in the bedroom that I can use for my hairdryer? 卧室里有没有插座,我想用一下电吹风? Electrical switches and connections
US for jack plug 单孔插头,插塞 Electrical switches and connections
informal for spark plug 火花塞 Electrical switches and connectionsThe engine and engine partsEngines and motors
(Definition of plug noun (ELECTRICAL OBJECT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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