Definitions for "Plug in"
A software extension that provides added capabilities to the browser, for purposes such as viewing, hearing, or saving specially formatted files. Most plug-ins are available via the creator's web page for downloading.
A hardware or software module that adds a specific feature or service to a larger system. For example, there are number of plug-ins for the Netscape Navigator browser that enable it to display different types of audio or video messages.
a program module
plug into an outlet; "Please plug in the toaster!"; "Connect the TV so we can watch the football game tonight"
a separate, modular addition to RealCart that can be installed and uninstalled independently of other RealCart core functions
an add-on to the Pilot desktop that uses many built-in services that the Pilot desktop provides, for example, notification that a different user has been selected and notification that a HotSync is occurring
Keywords:  subnet, model, added, restrict, object
a subnet that is added into an object model to restrict
Keywords:  content, ready, adult, type, hosts
a ready-made type of web "CONTENT"
a type of adult content where the plugin provider hosts the content from their server
Keywords:  run, code, piece, short, order
a short piece of code called by certain applications in order to run