plugger

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tıkaç
tapalayan kişi
plug
{i} fiş

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

Mary ütüyü raftan indirdi, elektrik kablosunu açtı, fişini taktı ve ısı ayarını seçti. - Mary took the iron off the shelf, unwrapped the electrical cord, plugged in the iron and chose a heat setting.

plug
tıkamak

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

plug
vurma
plug
{i} elek. fiş
plug
{f} vurmak
plug
{i} oto. buji
plug
oto buji
plug
{f} reklâmını yapmak (radyo)
plug
{f} harıl harıl çalışmak
plug
{i} tıkaç
plug
(Askeri) ağız tütünü
plug
kapamak
plug
pılag
plug
durdurmak
plug
(Reklam) reklam
plug
(Askeri) musluk
plug
(Askeri) kilit dili
plug
kaplama
plug
ilgilenmek
plug
(Askeri) priz fişi
plug
kapak
plug
fiş (elektrik)
plug
yağ boşaltma tapası
plug
(Reklam) tanıtım
plug
(Askeri) kör tapa
plug
tıkaçla kapamak
plug
(Tıp) buşon
plug
tapalamak
plug
(Askeri) lavra deliği
plug
tapa
plug
(çıngı) fiş
plug
buji

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

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

plug
{f} tıka

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

Banyo lavabosu tıkalı. - The bathroom sink is plugged.

plug
priz

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

Tom bilgisayarını prize taktı. - Tom plugged in his computer.

plug
{f} fişe tak
plug
(Mühendislik) tapa, tıkaç, elektrik fişi
plug
satılmayan mal
plug
tıpalamak
plug
yumruk atmak
plug
dolgu
plug
yangın musluğu
plug
sifon kolu
plug
çiğneme tütünü
plug
dili yararsız şey
plug
yumruk
plug
jeol
plug
volkan ağzını kapatan sert kaya
plug
vuruş
plug
ateş etmek
plug
yaşlı at
plug
tıpa
plug
sahte para
plug
dolgu yapmak
plug
{i} reklâm (radyo)
plug
{i} tütün parçası
plug
tıkaç,v.tıka: n.fiş
plug
durma
plug
dili yıpranmış veya soysuz at
plug
dayak
plug
{i} k.dili. reklam
plug
{f} 1. tıkamak, tıkaçla kapamak. 2
plug
{i} fiş [elek.]
plug
buj

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

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

plug
reklamını yapmak
plug
{i} silindir şapka
plug
{i} tapa, tıkaç, tampon
İngilizce - İngilizce
A dental instrument used to insert fillings
{i} person who plugs or thing that plugs, person or thing that blocks a hole; simple individual who lives an ordinary life style but always makes efforts to get by and get along with life
someone who is an active supporter and advocate
One who, or that which, plugs
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To stop with a plug; to make tight by stopping a hole

He attempted to plug the leaks with some caulk.

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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.

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A block of wood let into a wall to afford a hold for nails
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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.

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{v} to stop with a plug
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{n} a stopple
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(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
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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
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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
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A high, tapering silk hat
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blockage consisting of an object designed to fill a hole tightly
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blatant or sensational promotion
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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
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A type of lure consisting of a rigid, buoyant or semi-buoyant body and one or more hooks
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cement, grout, or other material used to fill and seal a hole drilled for a water well
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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
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Seal off formations to stop open communication of formation fluids within a well
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persist in working hard; "Students must plug away at this problem"
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A pronged connecting device which fits into a mating socket
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an electrical device with two or three pins that is inserted in a socket to make an electrical connection
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The part of the lock that you put the key into, and which turns to operate the lock
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an old or over-worked horse
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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
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a wad of something chewable as tobacco
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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
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A male connector
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If you plug a hole, you block it with something. Crews are working to plug a major oil leak
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electrical device that fits into the cylinder head of an internal-combustion engine and ignites the gas by means of an electric spark
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To stop the flow of oil from one stratum to another in connection with the abandoning of a well
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- 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
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Rubber block marked to indicate hat size
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fill or close tightly with or as if with a plug; "plug the hole"; "stop up the leak"
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A plug is an electric socket
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A plug identifies a particular node's attribute It is used to access a specific node's attribute values
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The connector used to connect trailer wiring to a tow vehicle
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To mention a particular product or service
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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
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To shoot a bullet into something with a gun
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{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)
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A worthless horse
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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
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A metal deposited in a connecting via hole The metal interconnect plugs provide linkage between the conducting layers of a multilayer-metal IC device
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an upright hydrant for drawing water to use in fighting a fire
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A block of wood let into a wall, to afford a hold for nails
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The part of a cylinder containing the keyway and with tumbler chambers usually corresponding to those in the cylinder body
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Any piece of wood, metal, or other substance used to stop or fill a hole; a stopple
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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
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deliver a quick blow to; "he punched me in the stomach"
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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
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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
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{f} cap, cork; stop up, block; publicize, advertise; punch, hit (Slang); shoot a person with a gun (USA Slang)
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A body of once molten rock that hardened in a volcanic vent. Usually round or oval in shape
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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"
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The part of the two mating halves of a connector which is moveable when not fastened to the other mating half
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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
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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
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A cell of personnel that provide a specific mission capability not organic to the SJFHQ
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make a plug for; praise the qualities or in order to sell or promote
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To persist or continue with something
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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
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Concentrated amount of a contaminant or contaminants existing in soil or groundwater
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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
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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
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A flat oblong cake of pressed tobacco
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