plug-in

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From the verb to plug in.

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plug-in (not comparable)

  1. Designed to be plugged into an electrical power outlet or circuit.

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plug-in (plural plug-ins)

  1. (computing) A computer program module or device that interacts with another to add a specific function, or to support a specific file format or device.

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