- to become unplugged.
- to refrain from using digital or electronic devices for a period of time: It's a great place to relax and unplug.
Origin of unplug
Examples from the Web for unplugged
And with Skink as his guide, Richard discovers the pleasures of the unplugged life.Can Carl Hiaasen Save Florida?
September 19, 2014
Madonna will guest star on Miley Cyrus's episode of Unplugged tonight.Justin Bieber Faces Deportation; NBC Moves Emmy Awards to Monday
January 29, 2014
This was Boehner unplugged—possibly Boehner unhinged (unhinged from his talking points, at least).John Boehner Live and Unhinged with Jay Leno
January 24, 2014
There is no substitute for unplugged family time and the way it gives relationships and closeness a chance to grow.Should You Be Your Kid’s Facebook Friend?
August 22, 2013
They unplugged their cellphones from overloaded outlets so a girl with cerebral palsy could recharge her wheelchair.We Survived the Triumph: Passengers Describe Their Doomed Carnival Cruise
Winston Ross, Eliza Shapiro, Sam Register
February 16, 2013
He unplugged with a vicious jerk, and turned to the pilot with a grin.Spacehounds of IPC
Edward Elmer Smith
Into the unplugged end she poured all the kerosene there was in a battered can.King Spruce, A Novel
What about sending a few men in through the fifth level portal, the one you've unplugged?Lion Loose
James H. Schmitz
I unplugged one of her bedside screens and attached my Xbox to it so that we could both login at once.Little Brother</p>
He removed the little radio from his pocket, unplugged the earphone, and put the radio on top of the cereal.The Electronic Mind Reader
- (of a performer or performance of popular music) using acoustic rather than electric instrumentsEric Clapton unplugged; an unplugged version of the song
- to disconnect (an electrical appliance) by taking the plug out of the socket
- to remove a plug or obstruction from