Unplug meaning

ŭn-plŭg
To become unplugged.
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To remove a blockage from (especially a water pipe or drain).

I had to unplug the sink the other day, there was far too much hair and gunk down there.

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To disconnect from a supply, especially an electrical socket.

To save electricity, I unplug my computer when I am not at home.

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Origin of unplug

  • un- +"Ž plug

    From Wiktionary