Definitions for unplugʌnˈplʌg
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word unplug
pull the plug of (electrical appliances) and render inoperable
"unplug the hair dryer after using it"
To disconnect from a supply, especially an electrical socket.
To save electricity, I unplug my computer when I am not at home.
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.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
One of the cures was to go somewhere nice and unplug from the modern pace of civilization.
We also need to get out the message that it’s as important to unplug and to, say, meditate as it is to be always and immediately responsive.
The clear message is also how important it is for parents to create opportunities for girls to unplug, to live a balanced life, and increase quality face-to-face time with the people important to them.
The solution is not going to be to ... cower in fear and just kind of unplug yourself from life, it's going to be more about saying, 'OK, this is an opportunity where I should be educated in how to use the technology.' Technology is not the problem. The problem is our misuse or lack of education behind it.
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