verb (used with object), un·plugged, un·plug·ging.
verb (used without object), un·plugged, un·plug·ging.
Origin of unplug
Examples from the Web for unplug
Contemporary Examples of unplug
No cars, no medicine, no microwaves, no phones—just unplug from everything science has given you and leave the rest of us alone.Southern Baptist Convention: Trans People Don’t Exist
June 12, 2014
But to say we need to unplug … stopping progress is a bad, bad, bad idea.Relax, Robots Won’t Take Every Job: ‘The Second Machine Age’
March 14, 2014
He rarely suggests that we develop the fortitude to unplug our brains from the news-generated matrix that subsumes us.What is the News? Whatever Alain de Botton Thinks It Is
February 20, 2014
One obvious (and healthy) way to unplug is to go exercise—ideally doing something that requires you use both hands.Seven Things to Do on National Day of Unplugging
March 1, 2013
The study also found 43 percent of teens wished they could unplug from their technology.Camp Kivu’s Quest to Get Depressed Teens to Disconnect From Social Media
November 5, 2012