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plug-and-play™adjective

(also plug and play, Plug and Play, Plug-and-Play) uk   us   trademark IT
relating to a piece of electronic equipment that can be used as soon as it is connected to a computer: plug-and-play hardware/software/technology Makers of Windows machines and software have gone to great pains this year to make sure that, like the Mac, their PCs are plug-and-play.

plug-and-play™verb [I or T]

(also plug and play, Plug and Play, Plug-and-Play) uk   us   trademark IT
to use a piece of electronic equipment as soon as it is connected to a computer: Consumers want products that they can plug and play and use straight out of the box.
(Definition of plug-and-play™ from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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