plug

a plug is the name for a hard plastic or wooden lure.
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Plug

• (n.) A worthless horse. • (n.) A flat oblong cake of pressed tobacco. • (v. t.) To stop with a plug; to make tight by stopping a hole. • (n.) A block of wood let into a wall, to afford a hold for nails. • (n.) A high, tapering silk hat. • (n.) Any piece of wood, metal, or other substance used to stop or fill a hole; ...
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plug

(plug) an obstructing mass. epithelial plug a mass of ectodermal cells that temporarily closes an opening in the fetus, particularly in the external nares. a mass of epithelium clogging or obstructing an opening. mucous plug a plug formed b...
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plug

1. Any piece of wood, metal, or other substance used to stop or fill a hole; a stopple. ... 2. A flat oblong cake of pressed tobacco. ... 3. A high, tapering silk hat. ... 4. A worthless horse. ... 5. A block of wood let into a wall, to afford a hold for nails. Fire plug, a street hydrant to which hose may be attached. Hawse plug, a tapering valve,...
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Plug

1. When the ball embeds in the ground 2. A cylindrical chunk of earth removed by aeration
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plug

noun an electrical device with two or three pins that is inserted in a socket to make an electrical connection
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plug

stopper noun blockage consisting of an object designed to fill a hole tightly
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Plug

[accounting] A plug, also known as reconciling amount, is an unsupported adjustment to an accounting record or general ledger. Ideally, bookkeeping should account for all numbers during reconciliation, i.e. when comparing two sets of accounting records to make sure they are in agreement. However, discrepancies, i.e. unintentional accounting...
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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...
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Plug

[horticulture] Plugs in horticulture are small-sized seedlings grown in trays from expanded polystyrene or polythene filled usually with a peat or compost substrate. This type of plug is used for commercially raising vegetables and bedding plants. Similarly plugs may also refer to small sections of lawn grass sod. After being planted, lawn ...
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Plug

[jewellery] A plug (sometimes earplug or earspool), in the context of body modification, is a short, cylindrical piece of jewellery commonly worn in larger-gauge body piercings. Because of their size—which is often substantially thicker than a standard wire earring—plugs can be made out of almost any material. Acrylic glass, metal, wood...
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Plug

[sanitation] A plug in sanitation is an object that is used to close a drainage outlet firmly. The insertion of a plug into a drainage outlet allows the container to be filled with water or other fluids. In contrast to screw on caps, plugs are pushed into the hole and are not put over the hole. Plugs are most commonly encountered in the bat...
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Plug

Plug noun [ Akin to Dutch plug , German pflock , Danish plök , plug , Swedish plugg ; confer W. ploc .] 1. Any piece of wood, metal, or other substance used to stop or fill a hole; a stopple. 2. A flat oblong cake of pressed tobacco. [ U. S...
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Plug

Plug noun -- Breech plug (Gun.) , in breech-loading guns, the metal plug or cylinder which closes the aperture in the breech, through which the gun is loaded.
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Plug

Plug transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Plugged ; present participle & verbal noun Plugging .] To stop with a plug; to make tight by stopping a hole.
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Plug

A common horse of no particular value.[207]
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Plug

A common name for a small offshoot from a large body of molten rock.
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Plug

A connector, usually on a cable, that mates with a jack.
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Plug

A free swimming lure. One that travels from side to side and not just straight.
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Plug

a push fitting closure.
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Plug

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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Plug

A shuffling technique commonly used in Blackjack.
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Plug

A small but well-rooted seedling raised in a cellular tray for covering large areas as in ground covers or lawns.
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Plug

A small but well-rooted seedling raised in a cellular tray for covering large areas as in groundcovers or lawns.
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Plug

A synonym for male connector.
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