de-energise

de-energize

[dee-en-er-jahyz]
verb (used with object), de-energized, de-energizing.
to deprive of electrical energy or exhaust the electrical energy from: Turning off the ignition de-energizes the spark plugs.
Also, especially British, de-energise.
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de-energize or de-energise (diːˈɛnəˌdʒaɪz)
 
vb
(tr) electrical engineering to disconnect (an electrical circuit) from its source
 
de-energise or de-energise
 
vb
 
de-energi'zation or de-energise
 
n
 
de-energi'sation or de-energise
 
n

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