plug

listen to the pronunciation of plug
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} fiş

Tom radyonun fişini taktı ve onu açtı. - Tom plugged in the radio and turned it on.

Tom fişi prize taktı. - Tom pushed the plug into the socket.

{i} oto. buji
{i} elek. fiş
vurma
{f} vurmak
{f} reklâmını yapmak (radyo)
oto buji
{i} tıkaç
{f} harıl harıl çalışmak
yağ boşaltma tapası
(Askeri) kör tapa
(Askeri) lavra deliği
(Tıp) buşon
tıkaçla kapamak
(Askeri) ağız tütünü
pılag
kapamak
tapalamak
buji

Bu sadece bujilerle ilgili bir sorun olabilir. - It could just be a problem with the spark plugs.

Neden bujileri değiştirmedin? - Why didn't you replace the spark plugs?

reklamını yapmak
{f} tıka

Banyo lavabosu tıkalı. - The bathroom sink is plugged.

Bu deliği tıkamak için bir şey bulmalıyız. - We must find something to plug up this hole.

reklam
(çıngı) fiş
tıkamak

Bu deliği tıkamak için bir şey bulmalıyız. - We must find something to plug up this hole.

tapa
{i} priz

Bilgisayarınızın prize takılı olduğunu doğrular mısınız? - Could you verify that your computer is plugged in?

Önce fişi prize takmanız gerekir. - You must plug in the connector first.

(Mühendislik) tapa, tıkaç, elektrik fişi
{f} fişe tak
{i} sahte para
{i} çiğneme tütünü
{i} sifon kolu
{i} fiş [elek.]
{i} reklâm (radyo)
{i} yumruk
{i} k.dili. reklam
{f} dolgu yapmak
{i} silindir şapka
{i} dolgu
dili yıpranmış veya soysuz at
buj

Bu sadece bujilerle ilgili bir sorun olabilir. - It could just be a problem with the spark plugs.

Neden bujileri değiştirmedin? - Why didn't you replace the spark plugs?

{i} satılmayan mal
volkan ağzını kapatan sert kaya
{i} yaşlı at
jeol
{f} tıpalamak
{f} ateş etmek
{i} tapa, tıkaç, tampon
{i} tıpa
{f} 1. tıkamak, tıkaçla kapamak. 2
{i} tütün parçası
{f} yumruk atmak
tıkaç,v.tıka: n.fiş
dayak
durma
dili yararsız şey
{i} yangın musluğu
{i} vuruş
ilgilenmek
kapak
(Askeri) musluk
(Askeri) kilit dili
(Reklam) tanıtım
fiş (elektrik)
kaplama
(Askeri) priz fişi
durdurmak
plug away
gayretle çalışmak
plug in
(Fiili Deyim ) fişi prize sokmak
plug blank
tapa boşluğu
plug bolt
(Otomotiv) kör tapa
plug flow
tapa akış
plug flow
(İnşaat) tıkanmış akış
plug gage
(Mekanik) delik mastarı
plug gap
(Otomotiv) tırnak aralığı
plug hale
tapa deliği
plug in
fişe takmak
plug in
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) takılabilir
plug in circuit card
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) takılabilir devre kartı
plug in module
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) takılabilir modül
plug into
fişe takmak
plug kit
fiş kiti
plug kit
tapa kiti
plug out
fişten çıkartmak
plug out
fişten çıkarmak
plug out
fişten çekmek
plug pin
(Avcılık) horoz mafsal yatağı pimi
plug tap
musluk tapası
plug tray
pılag tepsisi
plug up to
kapamak
plug valve
konik göbekli vana
plug valve
tapa valf
plug valve
tıpa vana
plug valve
(Kimya) tıkaç vana
plug and play
tak ve çalıştır
plug compatible
fiş uyumlu
plug contact
fiş kontağı
plug for
desteklemek
plug fuse
elektrik sigortası
plug in
ilgilenmek
plug in
uyumlu ek
plug in
sok
plug socket
dişi fiş
plug socket
priz
plug-ugly
zorba
plug-ugly
külhanbeyi
plug gages
fiş mastar
plug gauge
tampon mastarı
plug hat
silindir şapka
plug to
tapa
plug ugly
fişi çirkin
plug weld
delik kaynağı
plug-in
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Takma birim: arada lehim olmaksızın bağlantısı yapılabilen elektronik birim
plug-in connection
plug-bağlantısı
plug-in terminal
plug-terminal
plug and go application
'tak ve kullan' uygulaması
plug and play
tak ve kullan
plug and play software device enumerator
Tak ve Çalıştır Yazılım Aygıtı Sıralayıcısı
plug away
harıl harıl çalışmak
plug away at
harıl harıl çalışmak
plug away at
-in üzerinde sebatla çalışmak
plug for
{k} (birini) desteklemek, (birinin) tarafını tutmak
plug in
Plug-in: Bir programa eklenebilen ve yüklendiği programa ek bir kabiliyet kazandıran kısa yazılımlara verilen genel addır
plug in
prize takmak
plug in
fişini takmak
plug in circuit card
takilabilir devre karti
plug in module
takilabilir modul
plug in termination
fisli kablo basligi
plug in termination
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) fişli kablo başlığı
plug s.t. in
bir şeyin fişini prize sokmak: Plug in the television. Televizyonun fişini prize sok
plug socket
(Elektrik, Elektronik) dişi fış
plug tabacco
çiğneme tütünü
plug up
tıpalamak
plug up
tıkamak

Bu deliği tıkamak için bir şey bulmalıyız. - We must find something to plug up this hole.

plug weld
tıkaç kaynak
plug weld
çukur kaynağı
please plug-in device
lütfen aygıtınızı takınız
pull the plug
(deyim) pull the plug on someone [argo] birinin basarisina,serefine,is beklentilerine vb. zarar vermek
spark plug
buji (otomobil)
blind plug
kör tapa
bottom plug
alt tapa
concrete plug
(İnşaat) beton tıkaç
core plug
tapa
core plug
küçük tapa
core plug
(Otomotiv) çekirdek tapa
core plug
su kapağı
drain plug
(Otomotiv) yağ boşaltma tapası
dummy plug
kör tapa
filler plug
doldurma tapası
fire plug
yangın musluğu
fixing plug
dübel
floor plug
(İnşaat) yer döşeme prizi
glow plug
(Otomotiv) kızdırma bujisi
grounding plug
topraklı priz
heater plug
(Otomotiv) ısıtma bujisi
heater plug
(Otomotiv) kızdırma bujisi
hollow axle plug
oyuk dingil tapası
idle adjust plug
(Otomotiv) rölanti ayar tıpası
idle adjust plug
(Otomotiv) rölanti ayar vidası
insert plug
geçme tapa
male plug
fiş
nose plug
(Askeri) kör tapa
pipe plug
tapa
plug in
sokmak
plug into
prize takmak
plugged
tapalı
rubber plug
lastik tapa
screw plug
vidalı tapa
adjusting plug
ayar tapası
air vent plug
hava boşaltma tapası
banana plug
tekli fiş
banana plug
fiş banan
battery filling plug
akümülatör şarj fişi
coaxial plug
koaksiyal fiş
cold spark plug
soğuk buji
concentric plug
koaksiyal kablo fişi
connecting plug
bağlantı tapası
crankcase drain plug
karter boşaltma tapası
drain plug
boşaltma tapası
drain plug
boşaltma tıkacı
ear plug
kulak tıkacı
hexagon head plug
altıgen başlı tapa
high tension spark plug
yüksek gerilim bujisi
ignition plug
ateşleme bujisi
inspection plug
kontrol tapası
jack plug
priz fişi
key plug
anahtar deliği
listening plug
dinleme fişi
magnetic spark plug
manyetik buji
mica spark plug
mika buji
phone plug
telefon fişi
plugger
tıkaç
pull the plug on
elini eteğini çekmek
spark plug
buji

Bu sadece bujilerle ilgili bir sorun olabilir. - It could just be a problem with the spark plugs.

Neden bujileri değiştirmedin? - Why didn't you replace the spark plugs?

spark plug barrel
buji gövdesi
spark plug cable
buji kablosu
spark plug cleaner
buji temizleyici
sparking plug
buji
telephone plug
telefon fişi
butt plug
Anal plugs (or butt plugs) are sex toys designed to be inserted in the anüs and rectum for sexual pleasure. İn some ways, they are similar to a dildo, but they tend to be shorter, and to have a flared end to prevent the device from being lost ınside the rectum. (İt iş generally ill-advised to use a standard dildo anally, since it may get stuck, requiring medical extraction.)
drain plug
boşaltma tapasi
dummy plug
Kullanılmayan prizleri kapatmak için kullanılan kör tapa
hair plug
Saç ekimi
heater plug
ısıtıcı fiş
heater plug
ısıtma bujisi, kızdırma bujisi
mucus plug
mukus fişi
oil drain plug
yağ boşaltma tapasi
pull the plug
(deyim) Fişini çekmek, bir şeyin devam etmesini önlemek, durdurmak, son vermek
pull the plug on sth
bir şeyden elini eteğini çekmek
spark plug air gap
buji tırnak açıklığı
spark plug gap
buji tırnak aralığı
spark plug insulator
buji izolatörü, buji yalıtkanı
to plug eyebrows
kaş aldırmak
vent plug
hava boşaltma tapasi
plug in
fişli
plug in
giriş yeri ile ilgili
plugged
tıkalı

Banyo lavabosu tıkalı. - The bathroom sink is plugged.

plugged
(sıfat) tıkalı
plugger
tapalayan kişi
plugging
tıkama
İngilizce - İngilizce
A high, tapering silk hat
To shoot a bullet into something with a gun

I am awfully glad that you kept your nerve and plugged him; it would have been better if you could have nailed him through the right shoulder, which would not have killed him.

A block of wood let into a wall to afford a hold for nails
To blatantly mention a particular product or service as if advertising it

The main guest on the show just kept plugging his latest movie: it got so tiresome.

A worthless horse

That sorry old plug is ready for the glue factory!.

A flat oblong cake of pressed tobacco

He preferred a plug of tobacco to loose chaw.

To stop with a plug; to make tight by stopping a hole

He attempted to plug the leaks with some caulk.

A type of lure consisting of a rigid, buoyant or semi-buoyant body and one or more hooks

The fisherman cast the plug into a likely pool, hoping to catch a whopper.

A pronged connecting device which fits into a mating socket

I pushed the plug back into the electrical socket and the lamp began to glow again.

Any piece of wood, metal, or other substance used to stop or fill a hole; a stopple

Pull the plug out of the tub so it can drain.

To persist or continue with something

Keep plugging at the problem until you find a solution.

A mention of a product (usually a book, film or play) in an interview, or an interview which features one or more of these

During the interview, the author put in a plug for his latest novel.

A body of once molten rock that hardened in a volcanic vent. Usually round or oval in shape

Pressure built beneath the plug in the caldera, eventually resulting in a catastrophic explosion of pyroclastic shrapnel and ash.

{n} a stopple
{v} to stop with a plug
(fishing) Plugs are a popular type of hard-bodied fishing lure. They are widely known by a number of other names depending on the country and region. Such names include crankbait, wobbler, minnow, shallow-diver and deep-diver. The term minnow is usually used for long, slender, lures that imitate baitfish, while the term plug is usually used for shorter, deeper-bodied lures which imitate deeper-bodied fish, frogs and other prey. Shallow-diver and deep-diver refer to the diving capabilities of the lure, which depends on the size of the bib and lure buoyancy
Seal off formations to stop open communication of formation fluids within a well
persist in working hard; "Students must plug away at this problem"
A seedling grown in a small container, under carefully controlled (nursery) conditions When seedlings are removed from containers for planting, the nursery soil remains bound up in their roots
an electrical device with two or three pins that is inserted in a socket to make an electrical connection
cement, grout, or other material used to fill and seal a hole drilled for a water well
an old or over-worked horse
Solidified lava that fills the conduit of a volcano It is usually more resistant to erosion than the material making up the surrounding cone, and may remain standing as a solitary pinnacle when the rest of the original structure has eroded away
a wad of something chewable as tobacco
fill or close tightly with or as if with a plug; "plug the hole"; "stop up the leak"
The part of the lock that you put the key into, and which turns to operate the lock
electrical device that fits into the cylinder head of an internal-combustion engine and ignites the gas by means of an electric spark
- A favorable mention or a picture of a product in the non-advertising portion of a media presentation Examples of plugs are a Cheerio's box visible on a breakfast table in a film, a character in a TV movie drinking a Coca-Cola, or James Bond driving a BMW
Rubber block marked to indicate hat size
In the context of system modeling, the point at which an active object is connected to a channel; transfer objects are sent to/sent from this point GRADE generates plugs automatically; you may need to create them manually only in rare, complex cases
To stop the flow of oil from one stratum to another in connection with the abandoning of a well
A device with male contacts intended for insertion into a receptacle to establish electrical connection between the attached flexible cord and the conductors connected to the receptacle
A rod, plate, or angle welded between a two angle web member or between a top or bottom chord panel to tie them together usually located at the middle of the member See Tie or Filler
A device used for connecting conductors to a jack It is typically used on one or both ends of equipment cords or on wiring for interconnects or cross-connects
blatant or sensational promotion
A plug is a small, round piece of wood, plastic, or wax which is used to block holes. A plug had been inserted in the drill hole
blockage consisting of an object designed to fill a hole tightly
A plug is an electric socket
A male connector
blockage consisting of an object designed to fill a hole tightly an electrical device with two or three pins that is inserted in a socket to make an electrical connection persist in working hard; "Students must plug away at this problem"
To mention a particular product or service
A plug is a thick, circular piece of rubber or plastic that you use to block the hole in a bath or sink when it is filled with water. She put the plug in the sink and filled it with cold water
{i} cork, stopper, stopple; rubber stopper for a sink; electrical connector; dongle (Computers); obstruction, block; lumpy mass that obstructs an opening (Medicine); fire hydrant; advertisement; tampon (Slang); occurrence of sexual intercourse (Slang)
a seedling grown in a small container under carefully controlled (nursery) conditions When seedlings are removed from containers for planting, the nursery soil remains bound up in their roots See Bareroot seedling
A metal deposited in a connecting via hole The metal interconnect plugs provide linkage between the conducting layers of a multilayer-metal IC device
an upright hydrant for drawing water to use in fighting a fire
A block of wood let into a wall, to afford a hold for nails
The part of a cylinder containing the keyway and with tumbler chambers usually corresponding to those in the cylinder body
A male component of a plug/jack connector system In premises wiring, a plug provides the means for a user to connect communications equipment to the communications outlet
deliver a quick blow to; "he punched me in the stomach"
The connector used to connect trailer wiring to a tow vehicle
The half of a connector that is normally movable and is generally attached to a cable or removable subassembly Plugs are inserted in sockets to link devices together
{f} cap, cork; stop up, block; publicize, advertise; punch, hit (Slang); shoot a person with a gun (USA Slang)
If you plug a hole, you block it with something. Crews are working to plug a major oil leak
The part of the two mating halves of a connector which is moveable when not fastened to the other mating half
If someone in a position of power pulls the plug on a project or on someone's activities, they use their power to stop them continuing. The banks have the power to pull the plug on the project
A plug on a piece of electrical equipment is a small plastic object with two or three metal pins which fit into the holes of an electric socket and connects the equipment to the electricity supply
make a plug for; praise the qualities or in order to sell or promote fill or close tightly with or as if with a plug; "plug the hole"; "stop up the leak
A cell of personnel that provide a specific mission capability not organic to the SJFHQ
make a plug for; praise the qualities or in order to sell or promote
A plug identifies a particular node's attribute It is used to access a specific node's attribute values
Similar to interconnects, but vertically (rather than horizontally) aid in connecting various levels in the intergrated circuits Consist of a metal filling (often tungsten) in a hole etched through a layer of insulator back to top
If someone plugs a commercial product, especially a book or a film, they praise it in order to encourage people to buy it or see it because they have an interest in it doing well. We did not want people on the show who are purely interested in plugging a book or film. = promote Plug is also a noun. Let's do this show tonight and it'll be a great plug, a great promotion. see also earplug, spark plug
Concentrated amount of a contaminant or contaminants existing in soil or groundwater
plug and play
A feature that facilitates the discovery of a hardware component automatically, without the need for manual installation and configuration
plug away
To persist or continue, as with an effort

He kept plugging away at the work until it was done.

plug hat
May be a top hat or a bowler hat
plug in
To connect (an electrical device) to a plug socket
plug nickel
A nearly worthless amount, referring to a nickel (US five-cent coin) with a hole in it where a plug has been removed

There's no additional money for saving the mural, he said. I have no intention of spending another plug nickel on it..

plug out
to unplug, to remove an electrical cord from its socket
plug the runner
an 1800s baseball term meaning to throw the ball at the runner in order to "tag" him out (illegal after 1845)
plug-and-play
that uses this technique
plug-and-play
a technique in which new hardware may be added to an existing computer and be automatically detected and configured
plug-in
Designed to be plugged into an electrical power outlet or circuit
plug-in
A computer program module or device that interacts with another to add a specific function, or to support a specific file format or device
plug-ugly
Very ugly
plug a product
Promote a product

The soccer star makes a lot of money when he agrees to plug a product.

Plug and Play
standard for hardware which enables the simple installation of new equipment, PNP
Plug and Play BIOS
BIOS system which supports the Plug and Play standard
plug a hole
fill up a hole
plug and play
The Plug and Play standards were developed to simplify the process of adding hardware to PCs The standard's intention is to conceal unpleasant details, such as IRQ and DMA channels, from people who just want to add a new board, drive, or other chunk of hardware to their system
plug and play
A hardware standard for auto configuration, which requires operating system support Currently, Windows 95 supports Plug and Play Also slang for autoconfig
plug and play
An automated installation process used to connect peripherals to a computer When new devices are plugged into the computer the computer recognizes the device and prompts the user to choose setup options and finish installation
plug and play
Being able to take any card from any manufacturer, install it in an expansion slot in your PC (so called because they provide for the possibility of expanding what the PC can do) and having it work straight off without any tedious fiddling around and configuring
plug and play
The ability to add new features to a computer and use them immediately Plug and Play eliminates complicated installation procedures Macintosh equipment has always been Plug and Play, and now Windows 95 is trying to help PCs become just as user-friendly
plug and play
Hides the need for configuring IRQ and DMA channels from the user so that it is easier for the average person to add hardware to their computers
plug and play
Technology where adapters can be automatically configured by the system without user intervention
plug and play
A capability of Windows 95 that will automatically detect new hardware and peripherals automatically If you install a new piece of hardware, Windows 95 will automatically detect it, identify it, and read from it the next time you restart Windows 95
plug and play
The concept of adding new components to a PC (such as an external modem) without having to manually configure anything In other words, the operating system does it all for you
plug and play
Refers to the ability of a computer system to automatically configure expansion boards and other devices You should be able to plug in a device and play with it, without worrying about setting DIP switches, jumpers, and other configuration elements Since the introduction of the NuBus, the Apple Macintosh has been a plug-and-play computer The Plug and Play (PnP) specification has made PCs more plug-and-play, although it doesn't always work as advertised
plug and play
A feature in Windows95 that simplifies setting up new accessories Click the Add New Hardware icon, and Windows95 looks for new "Windows95-Aware" components and installs the appropriate drivers When buying new accessories, look for the "Windows95-Aware" sticker on the box
plug and play
The concept of adding new components to a PC (such as an external modem) without having to manually configure anything - the operating system does it all for you
plug and play
Plug and Play is a technology that can reduce conflicts between computer devices by automatically configuring them at startup However, for it to work properly your BIOS and your Operating System both must support PnP, and the device being configured must be a Plug and Play device The technology actually works pretty good but there can be problems when you mix legacy devices with PnP
plug and play
the ability to connect a device to a computer and have it recognize the device without a user telling it the device is connected
plug and play
the ability of a computer and a new piece of equipment to be used together as soon as they are connected
plug and play
A design philosophy and set of specifications that describe hardware and software changes to the PC and its peripherals, making it possible to add new components without having to perform technical procedures
plug and play
enables a computer to recognize and adapt to hardware changes with little or no user input With Plug and Play, a user can add or remove devices, without any intricate knowledge of computer hardware, and without being forced to manually configure hardware or the operating system For example, a user can plug in a USB keyboard and Plug and Play will detect the new device, find a driver for it and install it Or, a user can dock a portable computer and use the docking station's Ethernet card to connect to the network without changing the configuration Later, the user can undock that same computer and use a modem to connect to the network-again without making any manual configuration changes Stopping or disabling this service will result in system instability
plug and play
A standard developed to ensure easy installation of peripherals Theoretically, a newly installed card will automatically configure itself and work properly without requiring jumper configuration or device drivers
plug and play
A design philosophy and set of specifications that describe hardware and software changes to the PC and its peripherals that automatically identify and arbitrate resource requirements among all devices and buses on the system Plug and Play specifies a set of API elements that are used in addition to, not in place of, existing driver architectures
plug and play
This is a standard that makes it easier for computers to "identify" peripherals that are added to the system
plug and play
A standard that gives computer users the ability to plug a device into a computer and have the device recognized automatically This function is performed by the operating system
plug and play
A set of specifications developed by Intel that allows a computer to automatically detect and configure a device and install the appropriate device drivers
plug and play
This refers to when you can plug in a device into your computer and have the computer recognise that the device is there
plug and play
Also known as PnP, an Intel standard for the design or PC expansion boards that the IRQ and DMA settings and I/O and memory addresses self- configure on start-up
plug and play
An industry-wide standard for add-on hardware which indicates that it will configure itself, thus eliminating the need to set jumpers, and making installation of the product quick and easy
plug and play
Computer devices that are automatically installed and configured to keep out of each other's way Sometimes works better in theory than in practice
plug away
persist in working hard; "Students must plug away at this problem"
plug away
work doggedly or persistently; "She keeps plugging away at her dissertation
plug away
work doggedly or persistently; "She keeps plugging away at her dissertation"
plug away at
work diligently at, work very hard at
plug away at a task
work without stopping, labor incessantly
plug board
A switchboard in which connections are made by means of plugs
plug board
switchboard; board to which other boards and other external devices are connected (Computers)
plug compatibility
compatibility between different hardware devices which allows them to work by adapting their physical connections only
plug flow
Type of flow that occurs in tanks, basins, or reactors when a slug of water moves through without ever dispersing or mixing with the rest of the water flowing through
plug flow
Type of flow tht occurs in tanks, basins, or eeactors when a slug of water moves through without ever dispersing or mixing with the rest of the water flowing tgrough
plug flow
A type of flow that occurs in tanks, basins or reactors when a slug of water moves through a tank without ever dispersing or mixing with the rest of the water flowing through the tank
plug flow
A fluid as a unit in which all shear stress occurs at the pipe wall
plug fuse
a fuse with a thread that screws into a socket
plug in
If you plug one piece of electrical equipment into another or if you plug it in, you make it work by connecting the two. They plugged their guitars into amplifiers He plugged in his guitar
plug in
A software routine installed along with or inside a large program to add an optional function For example, the various plug-ins for the Netscape Navigator Web browser that let it play back music and video
plug in
If you plug something into a hole, you push it into the hole. Her instructor plugged live bullets into the gun's chamber
plug in
If you plug a piece of electrical equipment into an electricity supply or if you plug it in, you push its plug into an electric socket so that it can work. They plugged in their tape-recorders I filled the kettle while she was talking and plugged it in He took the machine from its bag and plugged it into the wall socket
plug in
downloadable features on your browser which allows for increased performance or added capabilities
plug in
{i} program that enhances the capabilities of a larger program (Computers)
plug in
plug into an outlet; "Please plug in the toaster!"; "Connect the TV so we can watch the football game tonight"
plug in
{f} insert into an electrical outlet
plug in
A computer program which you add to your browser to handle a special type of file
plug in
If one piece of electrical equipment plugs in or plugs into another piece of electrical equipment, it works by being connected by an electrical cord or lead to an electricity supply or to the other piece of equipment. A CD-I deck looks like a video recorder and plugs into the home television and stereo system They've found out where the other speaker plugs in
plug in
Some web sites and courses require additional sofware programs for your web browser called "plug-ins," that enable your broswer to display various audio, video, or graphics
plug in
A mini programme that adds extra functions to a programme that you already have installed In the case of a Web browser, plug-ins enable certain kinds of downloads Without it, a site, which requires those downloads won't fully work However most sites that require plug-ins usually offer an option to download the plug-in itself for free!
plug in
a little program you can add to your computer; It will allow you to do extra things such as added movement and interactivity, play video
plug in
plug into an outlet; "Please plug in the toaster!"; "Connect the TV so we can watch the football game tonight
plug in
Add-ons for Web browsers Plug-ins are typically very small files that sit innocently on the user's hard drive and do all sorts of neat things
plug in
Program that is attached to a browser (e g Macromedia 's flash or real player) and allows you to use certain multimedia files when browsing Some you need to download
plug into
1. If you plug into a computer system, you are able to use it or see the information stored on it. It is possible to plug into remote databases to pick up information. see also plug-in
plug protection
protection against the copying of software by means of a plug connected to a computer
plug school
{f} (Slang) play truant, be absent from school without permission
plug ugly
(American Slang) ruffian, thug, hooligan
plug ugly
{s} (Derogative Slang) extremely ugly (of a person)
plug weld
A weld in a slot in a piece of steel which overlaps another piece A principle use for a plug weld is to transmit shear in a lap joint See Slot Weld and Puddle Weld
plug weld
a weld that connects two overlapping members by placing weld material in a hole or slot drilled in one of the overlapping members
plug weld
A weld is made in a hole in one member of a lap joint, joining that member to that portion of the surface of the other member which is exposed through the hole The walls of the hole may or may not be parallel, and the hole may be partially or completely filled with the weld metal
plug weld
a weld joining two members produced by depositing weld metal within holes cut through one or more of the members; also known as slot weld
plug-and-play
Introduced to make the connection of components to a host system easy and simple, eliminating the previously needed drivers and installation discs When connected, Plug-and-Play informs the host system of the component’s capabilities
plug-and-play
Resolves the issues of IRQ conflicts, with the aim of automatically configuring peripherals of a PC wherever possible 5 2, p119
plug-and-play
A peripheral or hardware component that has built-in initializing capabilities The operating system automatically recognizes its presence and adds it to the system configuration, simplifying the user's set-up
plug-and-play
A new hire who doesn't need any training "The new guy, John, is great He's totally plug-and-play "
plug-and-play
The ability of a computer to detect and to help configure new hardware components (pg 64)
plug-and-play
A standard that defines automatic techniques designed to make PC configuration simple and straight-forward PnP adapters contain configuration information stored in non-volatile memory, which includes vendor information, serial number, and checksum information The PnP chipset allows each adapter to be isolated, one at a time, until all cards have been properly identified by the OS PnP requires BIOS changes so that cards can be isolated and identified at boot time; when you insert a new card, the BIOS should perform an auto-configuration sequence enabling the new card with appropriate settings
plug-and-play
Plug-and-play is used to describe computer equipment, for example a printer, that is ready to use immediately when you connect it to a computer. a plug-and-play USB camera
plug-in
An application built into a browser or added to a browser to enable it to interact with a special file type (such as a movie, sound file, Word document, etc )
plug-in
A piece of software that adds features to a larger piece of software The idea behind plug-ins is that a small piece of software is loaded into memory by the larger program, adding a new feature, and that users need only install the few plug-ins that they need, out of a much larger pool of possibilities
plug-in
A module that can be added to a larger computer application to give it greater capabilities For example, there are many plug-ins available for Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator that enable these two browsers to access and use different kinds of files Napster and Adobe Acrobat Reader are two examples of plug-ins Back to top
plug-in
A small application which extends the built-in capabilities of your Web browser Examples include Macromedia’s Shockwave, providing animation, and RealAudio, offering streamed sound files over the Internet Compared to helpers, the multimedia files do not need to be downloaded before shown or played by a plug-in
plug-in
An external module of code and data separate from a host (such as an application, operating system, or other plug-in) that, by conforming to an interface defined by the host, can add features to the host without needing access to the source code of the host Plug-ins are types of loadable bundles
plug-in
You can expand the capability of your browser by "plugging in" various tools to let you see and hear certain things, such as audio or video files When your browser needs a plug-in you don't have yet, it will tell you it's encountered an "unknown file type " SBC Yahoo! already provides the most popular plug-ins, including Shockwave (for audio and video), RealAudio (audio that broadcasts to your computer like a radio station), and MPEG play (more video) Plug-ins are very similar to another kind of Web tool called helper apps Back to Top
plug-in
A program launched by your browser which allows you use special kinds of files These applications commonly let you see and hear video and audio files, as well as view specialized text files or virtual reality models These programs are called plug-ins because they supplement the capabilities of your browser, and only run when they are needed to display files Shockwave, CosmoPlayer, and RealAudio are examples of plug-ins
plug-in
One of a set of software modules that integrates into web browsers to offer a range of interactive and multimedia capabilities
plug-in
A 'plug-in' is an add-on piece of software that enhances another application Plug-ins for web browsers have been created to enable browsers to show multimedia elements and perform other tasks The best known plug-ins include Shockwave (this allows for fully powered multimedia movies and animations to be included by web authors) and Real Audio (which enables digital radio broadcasts to be played in a web browser) The companies who produce browsers are faced with the dilemma of expanding their browser's capabilities themselves or leaving it up to third party developers and their customers to look after their own particular needs through the use of plug-ins Many users already object to the amount of disk space that their web browser uses and so additional multimedia functionality is left up to other companies and their users Users can then choose whether to download and install plug-ins or make-do with the default functionality that comes with their browser
plug-in
A term for a computer program that operates from within the confines of your application- in this case your Netscape or Internet Explorer browser window They serve to extend the functionality of the browser- in this case, allowing the browser to seamlessly display images of a different type than standard Only a few of the more popular plug-ins are included in your browser installation, and the one you need for this site is probably not there, but can be downloaded and installed easily by the user
plug-in
A small piece of software that enriches a larger piece of software by adding features or functions Plug-ins enable browsers to play audio and video
plug-in
A piece of software that plugs into a main program to give it added capability, for example, you can add a Quick Time plug-in to your browser to play Quick Time movies on the web
plug-in
A plug-in machine is a piece of electrical equipment that is operated by being connected to an electricity supply or to another piece of electrical equipment by means of a plug. a plug-in radio
plug-in
A (usually small) piece of software that adds features to a larger piece of software An examples is a plug-in for web browsers, like Real Audio The idea behind plug-in's is that a small piece of software is loaded into memory by the larger program, adding a new feature, and that users need only install the few plug-ins that they need, out of a much larger pool of possibilities Plug-ins are usually created by people other than the publishers of the software the plug-in works with
plug-in
One of a set of software modules that integrate into Web browsers to offer a range of interactive and multimedia capabilities
plug-in
A small program that can be added to a piece of software to give a browser additional capabilities, such as the ability to play audio files or display special graphics formats
plug-in
A (usually small) piece of software that adds features to a larger piece of software Common examples are plug-ins for the Netscape® browser and web server Adobe Photoshop® also uses plug-ins The idea behind plug-in¹s is that a small piece of software is loaded into memory by the larger program, adding a new feature, and that users need only install the few plug-ins that they need, out of a much larger pool of possibilities Plug-ins are usually created by people other than the publishers of the software the plug-in works with
plug-in
In terms of the Internet, usually refers to an "add-on" piece of software that enhances the capabilities of your browser application to take advantage of special technologies available on some web sites
plug-in
A program application that can easily be installed and used as part of a Web browser Once installed, plug-in applications are recognized by the browser and its function integrated into the main HTML file being presented
plug-in
A plug-in is something such as a piece of software that can be added to a computer system to give extra features or functions. a plug-in memory card. able to be connected to the electricity supply, or to another piece of electrical equipment. plug·in a piece of computer software that can be used in addition to existing software in order to make particular programs work properly
plug-in
A program used for viewing multimedia files that your web browser cannot handle internally; files using a plug-in do not need to be moved to your computer before being shown or played Contrast to a helper application which requires the file to first be moved to your computer Examples of plug-ins: Macromedia's Shockwave (for animation) and RealAudio (for streamed files over the Internet)
plug-in
A (usually small) piece of software that adds features to a larger piece of software Common examples are plug-ins for the Netscape® browser and web server Adobe Photoshop® also uses plug-ins The idea behind plug-in's is that a small piece of software is loaded into memory by the larger program, adding a new feature, and that users need only install the few plug-ins that they need, out of a much larger pool of possibilities Plug-ins are usually developed by a third party
plug-in
A plug-in is a relatively small piece of software that expands the functionality of a computer application Browser plug-ins can allow your browser to display video and play sounds
plug-in
A program, developed independently of the browser, that can be installed in the browser as necessary to process data of types unknown by the browser
plug-in
A type of helper application that adds new capabilities to your browser, such as the ability to play audio or video clips Unlike other kinds of helper applications, a plug-in application installs itself into the Plugins directory within the main browser installation directory and typically can be opened within the browser itself (internally) For example, an audio plug-in lets you listen to audio files on a web page or in an e-mail message Macromedia Flash Player and Java are both examples of plug-in applications
plug-in
A piece of software (usually small) that adds features to a larger piece of software The idea behind plug-ins is that users only need to install the plug-ins they want or need, out of a larger pool of possibilities An example of a plug-in is RealPlayer, a piece of software which allows you to play certain audio and video files over the Internet You can use RealPlayer with your web browser
plug-ins
extensions to web browsers which enhance its functionality Plug-ins enable you to play sound files or animations, for example
plug-ins
are programs that can easily be installed in a web browser to extend it's functionality
plug-ins
Hardware or software modules that extend the capabilities of a browser by adding a specific feature, such as encryption, animation, or wireless access (10)
plug-ins
Plug-ins allow rich multimedia content to be incorporated into internet sites and integrated into the Netscape Navigator platform, all without launching any external helper applications Some examples of plug-ins include Apple QuickTime movies, Adobe Acrobat PDF documents Macromedia Director presentations This is a function of Netscape Navigator 2 0, and is not supported by other web browsers
plug-ins
Helper applications or programs designed to work with a browser such as Netscape's Navigator to allow the viewing of multimedia content on the Web
plug-ins
Little programs that add content to larger applications (e g RealAudio, Shockwave)
plug-ins
An auxiliary program added to Web browsers such as Netscape to enable them to support new types of content (e g RealAudio, Shockwave)
plug-ins
Software programs that enhance other programs or applications on your computer There are plug-ins for Internet browsers, graphics programs, and other applications
plug-ins
Third party add-on software that adds new features to a commercial application Many companies have written plug-ins for Netscape Navigator
plug-ins
Software that adds functionality to commercial applications, such as the Netscape browser or Adobe's Photoshop
plug-ins
Programs that are installed as part of the browser to extend the basic functionality built into the browser Plug-ins allow different file formats to be viewed as part of a standard HTML document
plug-ins
Programs which can be automatically operated from within a browser
plug-ins
Third party add-on software that adds new features to a commercial application (i e : many companies have written plug-ins for Netscape Navigator)
plug-ins
- A software application that allows you to view different information formats in your browser window
plug-ins
Software which integrates sound and video and other capabilities into a web browser
plug-ins
Software programs you can download from the Internet that allow you to add features to your software For example, Shockwave, RealPlayer, and Java plug-ins allow users to view animations and other multimedia features
plug-ins
software added to the standard browser to allow you to look at graphics or videos and hear sounds These are usually available for download at no cost Real Player is an example of a plug-in
plug-ins
Special programs added to your browser to play additional elements
plug-ins
Software program additions that allow you to take advantage of new technologies and capabilities from your browser You can frequently download plug-ins from the author's Website with their permission for free
plug-ins
Small applications that add new functionality, multimedia, or audio-video capability to a program For example, and audio plug-in lets Netscape Navigator users listen to audio files on a web page or in an e-mail message
plug-ins
Special software program that make special things happen
plug-ins
A hardware or software module that adds a specific feature or service to a larger system For example, there are number of plug-ins for the Netscape Navigator browser that enable it to display different types of audio or video messages Navigator plug-ins are based on MIME file types
plug-ins
Third party software that adds new features to an existing program A number of plug-ins are available for popular web browsers
plug-ins
Plug-in applications are programs that can easily be installed and used as part of your web browser, and allow it to perform functions it could not normally do For example, the Adobe Acrobat Reader plug-in allows PDFs to be viewed in their original format
plug-ins
Small applications that add new functionality, multimedia, or audio-video capability to a program
banana plug
A single-wire male component of a banana connector
butt-plug
A sex toy designed for insertion into the anus and rectum
chair plug
A person who habitually attends meetings, but makes no active contribution to them
glow plug
a device in a diesel engine that heats the combustion chamber to help ignition
glow-plug
Attributive form of glow plug, noun
jack plug
A type of audio connector
not worth a plug nickel
Having no or almost no value; worthless

In the screenplay by Lorenzo Semple Jr., and David Rayfiel, Turner very early on stumbles upon the existence of a kind of super-C.I.A. within the C.I.A., after which his life is not worth a plug nickel.

plugger
A dental instrument used to insert fillings
pull the plug
to cease to support; to halt

It's a wonder the director didn't pull the plug on that project months ago.

pull the plug
to cease life support
pull the plug
to unplug or cut power

He put an end to the loud music by pulling the plug.

pull the plug
to cease from production or publication
put the plug in the jug
To cease drinking alcohol; to become teetotal
rawl plug
A wall plug

Andrew Wade, the Head of Voice at the RSC, had the brilliant idea of using the small plastic tubes you can buy in DIY shops, to cut up and use as rawl plugs.

spark plug
The part of an internal combustion engine which forms a high-voltage electric spark which ignites the fuel-air mixture to begin the power stroke
sparking plug
spark plug
wall plug
A fixing that allows screws to be fitted into masonry walls
yolk plug
The large edible endothermal cells surrounded by the blastopore of an amphibian gastrula during its later stages
plug