Translation of unplugged in Spanish:


sin enchufar, adj.

Pronunciation /ʌnˈplʌɡd//ˌənˈpləɡd/


  • 1

    (electrical appliance) sin enchufar
  • 2

    (rock music) sin amplificación (eléctrica)
    (rock music) desenchufado informal
    • Featuring loads of bands playing unplugged acoustic instruments.
    • All the bands bring forth a unique combination of intelligent music fused with the unplugged sound of the acoustic guitar as well as the often edgy riffs that are the underground rock band's signature sound.
    • Ono undoubtedly wanted to reveal the beneficial aspects of unplugged performance that Lennon would have most likely thrived within.
    • The record's unplugged production emphasizes the two voices exchanging verses about the nuances of interpersonal relationships.
    • Blues band Nine Below Zero will be performing an unplugged acoustic set at Rheged, near Penrith, on Saturday at 7.30 pm.


  • 1

    sin amplificación eléctrica
    desenchufado informal