Definition of 'switch off'
Example sentences containing 'switch off'
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Now stop agonising, stop thinking about wretched Desmond and switch off. ABSOLUTE TRUTHSA tall, blond man appeared and snapped his fingers at one of the guards who hurried away to switch off the alarm. ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH'He allowed the professional part of himself to run finally down and switch off. THE QUEST FOR K
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Used Occasionally. switch off is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'switch off'
British English: switch off /swɪtʃ ɒf/ VERB
If you switch off an electrical device, you stop it working by operating a switch.
The driver switched off the headlights.
- American English: switch off
- Arabic: يَقْطَعُ التَّيَّارَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: desligar
- Chinese: 关电源
- Croatian: isključiti
- Czech: vypnout
- Danish: slukke
- Dutch: uitschakelen
- European Spanish: apagar interruptor
- Finnish: kytkeä pois päältä
- French: éteindre
- German: ausschalten
- Greek: σβήνω μηχάνημα
- Italian: spegnere
- Japanese: 切る
- Korean: 끄다
- Norwegian: slå av
- Polish: wyłączyć
- European Portuguese: desligar
- Romanian: a opri
- Russian: выключать
- Spanish: apagar
- Swedish: stänga av
- Thai: ปิดไฟ, ปิดสวิตช์
- Turkish: kapatmak
- Ukrainian: вимикати
- Vietnamese: tắt
Definition of switch off from the Collins English Dictionary
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