unplug

[uhn-pluhg]
verb (used with object), unplugged, unplugging.
1.
to remove a plug or stopper from.
2.
to free of an obstruction; unclog.
3.
to disconnect (an appliance, a telephone, etc.) by removing a plug: to unplug a toaster.
4.
to remove (an electric plug) from an outlet.
verb (used without object), unplugged, unplugging.
5.
to become unplugged.

Origin:
1765–75; un-2 + plug

unpluggable, adjective
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unplug (ʌnˈplʌɡ)
 
vb , -plugs, -plugging, -plugged
1.  to disconnect (an electrical appliance) by taking the plug out of the socket
2.  to remove a plug or obstruction from

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Example sentences
The owner of the teenage hangout finally had to unplug the jukebox because it
  got to be too much for some people.
It may be that people will have to unplug both their refrigerators and their
  cable boxes.
The only thing you have to to do is unplug and disengage.
First, having your plugs lit all night long in case you might need to unplug
  them seems wasteful.
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