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  1. unplug

    • IPA[ˌənˈpləɡ]

    美式

    • v.
      disconnect (an electrical device) by removing its plug from a socket;sever the connection between a peripheral device and a computer
    • verb: unplug, 3rd person present: unplugs, gerund or present participle: unplugging, past tense: unplugged, past participle: unplugged

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    動詞

    • 1. disconnect (an electrical device) by removing its plug from a socket she unplugged the fridge
    • sever the connection between a peripheral device and a computer the only thing you can do is to unplug the RJ45 Why do I have to unplug the mouse to get the printer to work?
    • 2. remove an obstacle or blockage from a procedure to unplug blocked arteries
    • 3. informal disengage from one's usual activities, especially those involving smartphones or computers, as a method of relaxation or for health reasons in the age of social media, it can be really hard to unplug they've gone up to the cabin to unplug
    • adj.
      (of pop or rock music) performed or recorded with acoustic rather than electrically amplified ... Rod Stewart's acoustic set spawned an unplugged album that sold three million copies

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of pop or rock music) performed or recorded with acoustic rather than electrically amplified ... Rod Stewart's acoustic set spawned an unplugged album that sold three million copies

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[ʌnˈplʌɡ]

    英式

    • v.
      disconnect (an electrical device) by removing its plug from a socket: she unplugged the fridge

    Oxford Dictionary