unpluggable, adj.
/un plug"/, v., unplugged, unplugging.
1. to remove a plug or stopper from.
2. to free of an obstruction; unclog.
3. to disconnect (an appliance, a telephone, etc.) by removing a plug: to unplug a toaster.
4. to remove (an electric plug) from an outlet.
5. to become unplugged.
[1765-75; UN-2 + PLUG]

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