Plug


Plug

Plug may refer to:

* Plug (comic)
* Plug (fishing), a family of fishing lures
* Plug (horticulture), a planting technique
* An electrical connector
** DC plug, or DC connector
** Power plug
** Power connector
** Jack (connector)
* Plug (jewellery), a type of solid jewellery that may be worn in stretched piercings
* Freeze plug, designed to intentionally leak engine coolant when it freezes
* Hair plug, hair that has undergone hair transplantation
* Plug board
* A slang term for product placement
* Volcanic plug, a geological landform
* Wall plug
* A type of chewing tobacco made by pressing tobacco with syrup
* Alias of Luke Vibert, a British electronica artist and producer
* Peruvian Linux User Group
* Portland Linux/Unix Group
* "Plugged", a short, satiric film by Tim Russ
* The Plug, (Nightclub), Sheffield
* Fusible plug, a safety device in steam boilers
* PLUG, Portuguese LEGO Users Group
* Butt Plug

ee also

* Plugin
* Pug


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