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turn off

verb
1.
to leave (a road, pathway, etc)
2.
(of a road, pathway, etc) to deviate from (another road, etc)
3.
(transitive, adverb) to cause (something) to cease operating by turning a knob, pushing a button, etc: to turn off the radio
4.
(transitive) (informal) to cause (a person, etc) to feel dislike or distaste for (something): this music turns me off
5.
(transitive, adverb) (Brit, informal) to dismiss from employment
noun
6.
a road or other way branching off from the main thoroughfare
7.
(informal) a person or thing that elicits dislike or distaste
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Slang definitions & phrases for turn-off

turnkey job

noun phrase

A good job that will not need to be done again; a definitive treatment: Scott has given us something less than a turnkey job

[1934+; fr the phrase that locks it up, ''that ends it and achieves it definitively'']


The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
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