Definition of plugged-in in English:

plugged-in

Syllabification: plugged-in
Pronunciation: /ˌpləɡdˈin
 
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adjective

informal
Up to date; aware of the latest developments or trends.
More example sentences
  • Drop by our sports website every Monday and Wednesday for the latest on our top drivers, written by our network of plugged-in correspondents.
  • A few plugged-in experts note that a more nuanced analysis of the market reveals that heating oil, which is already passing through refineries, is likely to be in relative abundance this winter.
  • I know not everyone is as plugged-in to current events as the blogging community, but I'd like to think my classmates can spot a ridiculous story when they see it.

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