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  • v. To connect (an electrical device) to a plug socket.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. plug into an outlet


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  • To see how true this is, go to the Environmental Protection Agency’s EnviroMapper yourself and plug in your own zip code.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • The Rec Center will also be promoting the new eFitness system, which consists of 95 boxes on different cardio pieces where one can plug in a jump drive that tracks workout times, calories burned and heart rate.

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  • If somehow none of the offerings is to your liking, you can plug in your own USB device and entertain yourself using your own music, photos, or video through the ICE system.

  • Miss Prentice says that she spent the evening praying in her room, Master Henry says he tinkered with a light plug in his room, the squire says he was alone in the study.

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  • He replaced the plug in the wall and wondered that the stair-step should be built across the entire passage … was there another spy hole on the opposite wall?

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