Plug Up

How to Conjugate Plug Up

  • Infinitive: Plug Up
  • Present Tense: Plug Up/ Plugs Up
  • -ing Form: Plugging Up
  • Past Tense: Plugged Up
  • Past Participle: Plugged Up
Plug Up is a separable phrasal verb and has 2 definitions.

Definitions of Plug Up:

1. To block a narrow passage such as a hole, drain, or pipe so that nothing can flow through.
[Part Adj.] {Plugged Up} Refers to when a narrow passage is completely blocked.

Examples: We need a handyman to plug up the hole in our roof.
The bath tub doesn’t have any water in it because you forgot to plug up the drain.

2. To insert an electrical device to a electrical circuit.

Examples: I need to plug my computer up before my battery dies.
Did you plug up the VCR?

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