Definition of power point in English:

power point

noun

British
  • A socket in a wall for connecting a device to an electricity supply.

    ‘a purpose-built storage shed with power points and wall units’
    • ‘Other features include recessed ceiling lighting with dimmer switch and brass power points.’
    • ‘One of the garages has automatic doors while both are heated and fitted with power points.’
    • ‘Each of the 331 rooms within the hotel feature direct dial telephone, internet access, dual voltage power points, an in-room safe and 24-hour room service.’
    • ‘Twice, I plonked myself in a spot close to a power point to keep the laptop alive while I wrote a story.’
    • ‘Rental includes carpeting, power points and name on the fascia board.’
    • ‘He looked for a power point and plugged in his trusty laptop.’
    • ‘The new building is a ex-bank and the server room was once a strong room; no windows, no power points, nothing.’
    • ‘The only power point was at the back of the room.’