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turn-off

n. something that repels someone. The movie was a turn-off. I couldn’t stand it.
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A broken down vehicle on the same carriageway, further north between the A689 Wolviston turn-off and the A1027 Norton Interchange, also caused queues heading towards the Tees Flyover at about 6.
If you're at: Junction 25/25a The turn-off is for: Caerleon/ Newport and Cwmbran Renowned for their noodles and crispy beef, the China Kitchen (205 Caerleon Road, Newport NP19 7HA) is a takeaway with speed and good taste at its heart, 0.
After 10km, take the Sas Al Nakhl and Umm Al Nar turn-off (signposted for Abu Dhabi Golf Club).
Only 27 per cent of British males said BO was a turn-off, against 40 per cent of the French.
Police were forced to close the A46 for three hours, causing traffic jams stretching as far back as the Stoneleigh turn-off.
The GTO (gate turn-off SCR), which approaches the MCT in conduction efficiency, requires orders of magnitude more gate control power than the MCT.
Case Study: The Relationship Between Payment Channel, Paper Turn-Off and Payment Method
The work will be done on the west route between the Heathrow turn-off at junction 14 and the M4 turn-off at junction 15.
The load switches released today are available in distinct versions featuring flexible turn-on and turn-off characteristics.
These new additions to IXYS' extensive range of Westcode branded GTO thyristors have controllable turn-off current of 1000A when used with a snubber capacitor.
Both ASSRs, with reinforced insulation, feature fast turn-on and turn-off, excellent noise rejection for transient immunity, and low input drive current making them CMOS- (complementary metal oxide silicon) compatible and perfect for battery-operated and USB (universal serial bus)-powered applications.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Cornfield Electronics, makers of TV-B-Gone(TM), teams up with local schools, Adbusters and White Dot to help make this year's TV Turn-off Week -- April 25-May 1, an international success.
IR's WARP2 IGBTs feature low turn-off losses and fast current fall-time characteristics to enable considerably higher efficiency than competing devices, especially at high frequencies," said Stephen Oliver, Marketing Manager for AC-DC Products at International Rectifier.
The A2 and B2-Class IGBTs have up to 25% lower saturation voltage and lower turn-off energy, while the C2-Class IGBTs have up to 50% lower turn-off energy and reduced saturation voltage versus prior generation of IGBTs.