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Translation of "plug" - English-Spanish dictionary

plug

noun /plaɡ/
a device for putting into a mains socket in order to allow an electric current to flow through the appliance to which it is attached by cable
enchufe
She changed the plug on the electric kettle.
an object shaped for fitting into the hole in a bath or sink to prevent the water from running away, or a piece of material for blocking any hole
tapón
The bath plug in our hotel room was missing.
plughole noun (British ) a hole in a sink or bath where the water flows out and where you put a plug; drain (American).
Desagüe
plug in phrasal verb to connect up (an electrical apparatus) by inserting its plug into a socket
enchufar
Could you plug in the electric kettle?
(Definition of plug from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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