put a plug in
put a plug in for (someone or something)
To speak very highly of or enthusiastically endorse someone or something, as a means of marketing, advertising, or professionally recommending them or it. I was really impressed with your work, so I'd be more than happy to put a plug in for you the next time someone asks me for a mechanic. We're willing to pay you a generous fee if you put a plug in for our new product on your radio show tonight.
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put a plug in (for someone or something)
to say something favoring someone or something; to advertise someone or something. I hope that when you are in talking to the manager, you put a plug in for me. I could use some help. While you're there, put in a plug.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
- put a plug in for (someone or something)
- put in a plug for (someone or something)
- sing (someone's or something's) praises
- sing or praises
- sing somebody's/something's praises
- sing someone's praises
- sing someone's/something's praises
- sing the praises of
- sing the praises of (someone or something)
- speak highly of somebody