plug a product (to)

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American business jargon. 2014.

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  • plug the product — See put in a plug for …   English idioms

  • plug — 1. n. a bite sized, pressed mass of chewing tobacco. □ He put a plug in his cheek and walked away. □ Hey, gimme a piece of that plug! 2. n. a drink of beer; a slug of beer. □ Let me have a plug out of that bottle …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • Product placement — Product placement, or embedded marketing, [cite web last = Schiller first = Gail authorlink = coauthors = title = Win, draw for Burnett branding work = publisher = The Hollywood Reporter date = 2005 06 01 url =… …   Wikipedia

  • plug — ► NOUN 1) a piece of solid material fitting tightly into a hole and blocking it up. 2) a device consisting of an insulated casing with metal pins that fit into holes in a socket to make an electrical connection. 3) informal an electrical socket.… …   English terms dictionary

  • Plug — may refer to: * Plug (comic) * Plug (fishing), a family of fishing lures * Plug (horticulture), a planting technique * An electrical connector ** DC plug, or DC connector ** Power plug ** Power connector ** Jack (connector) * Plug (jewellery), a… …   Wikipedia

  • plug|o|la — «pluh GOH luh», noun. U.S. Slang. undercover payment for mentioning or displaying a product on another sponsor s radio or television program. ╂[< plug (def. 6) + (pay)ola] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Plug — A variable that handles financial slack in the financial plan. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * ▪ I. plug plug 1 [plʌg] noun [countable] 1. informal MARKETING an attempt to persuade people to …   Financial and business terms

  • plug — A variable that handles financial slack in the financial plan. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * ▪ I. plug plug 1 [plʌg] noun [countable] 1. informal MARKETING an attempt to persuade peop …   Financial and business terms

  • plug — [[t]plʌg[/t]] n. v. plugged, plug•ging 1) a piece of wood or other material used to stop up a hole or aperture 2) cvb a core or interior segment taken from a larger matrix 3) elm an attachment at the end of an electrical cord that allows its… …   From formal English to slang

  • plug — /plʌg / (say plug) noun 1. a piece of rubber or plastic for stopping the flow of water from a basin, bath (def. 3) or sink (def. 30). 2. a piece of wood, cork, plastic, etc., used to stop up a hole or aperture, to fill a gap, etc. 3. Electricity… …   Australian English dictionary

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