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See also: plugged-in
- (not comparable, of an electric device) With its plug properly connected to the electric plug socket.
- Check if the television is plugged in.
- (colloquial, by extension) Fully aware; in a state of keeping up with current information about a topic; engaged wholeheartedly in a task or cause; connected; informed; involved.
- By subscribing to this magazine, you can stay plugged in to current issues.
- My new boss is much more plugged in to the needs of his employees than my last boss.
- Even the most plugged-in politics enthusiasts had a hard time understanding his oblique references.
- simple past tense and past participle of
- I plugged in the television.