Plumb in – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To plumb in something (or plumb something in) is to connect a washing machine, toilet, bath, etc. to the water pipes in a room.

Examples of use:

1. I’m waiting for the plumber to come and plumb in our new washing machine.

2. Our bath isn’t plumbed in yet so we have to wash in the sink.

3. When he was plumbing the toilet in he broke the water pipe and flooded the bathroom.

infinitive
plumb in
present simple
plumb in and plumbs in
-ing form
plumbing in
past simple
plumbed in
past participle
plumbed in

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