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The term plug-in may refer to any of the following.
- Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle
- Plug-in (computing), a piece of software which enhances another software application and usually can be run independently
- Plug and play is a common standard for hardware equipment installation
- AC power plugs and sockets, two- or three-pronged wall electrical outlets
- Change of variables ("plugging in"), a mathematical procedure wherein substitutions are made in a formula
- Plug-in, an instrumental metal band composed of Fanalo, Frédéric Motte, Denis Cornardeau and Simon Renault
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