turn-off


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turnoff
noun turning, turn, branch, exit, side road They slowed down. There was a turn-off just ahead.
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turn-off

[ˈtɜːnɒf] N
1. (in road) → desvío m, empalme m
2. he's a real turn-offese me cae gordo
the film was a complete turn-offla película fue un rollo
his breath is a big turn-offsu aliento me repugna
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1, each IGBT has a gate driver circuit to control its turn-on and turn-off.
It happened on the B6320 between the Greenhaugh turn-off junction and the Kielder turn-off junction.
Reports of heavy traffic saw motorists stuck in tailbacks for around 20 minutes, with queues stretching back to the Norton turn-off.
If you're at: Junction 23/23a The turn-off is for: Chepstow/Caldicot and Magor Caldicot boasts takeaway Angelo's Fish Bar (Newport Road, Caldicot NP26 3HU) just 0.
Take the Dubai turn-off immediately after the Shangri-La and Traders hotels exit.
OVERWEIGHT women may be a turn-off for British men - but big is beautiful on the continent.
International TV Turn-off Week starts tomorrow with an aim of getting rid of TVs in public places.
Assistance in the need to upgrade the nation's power infrastructure might come from the Emitter Turn-Off Thyristor created by Solitronics, Blacksburg, Va.
Four people were taken to hospital with minor injuries after a 10-car pile-up on the A46 southbound at its turn-off to Leamington and Kenilworth shortly after 6pm.
I also took pictures of a resident's bathroom, showing the water turn-off valves for the sink and toilet.