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turn-off

a road or other way branching off from the main thoroughfare
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This paper focuses on improving the IGBT turn-off switching performance.
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 6.50pm.
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, 0.3 miles from junction 25.
The incident contributed to tailbacks stretching as far as the M42 Coleshill turn-off at junction 4.
Take the Al Raha Beach and Khalifa City A turn-off. At the roundabout, take the third exit to Abu Dhabi (E10).
As we came towards the turn-off, we saw four or five police cars.
CHAT show king Gay Byrne has described the north's politics as a "monster turn-off" which left him and his viewers bored.
Biggest kissing turn-off: "Some girls gossip about it, and it gets screwed up."
Assistance in the need to upgrade the nation's power infrastructure might come from the Emitter Turn-Off Thyristor created by Solitronics, Blacksburg, Va., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Univ., Blacksburg, DOE Energy Storage Program/Sandia, Albuquerque, N.M., and American Competitiveness Institute, Philadelphia, Pa.
Powerex has introduced its gate controlled turn-off thyristor (GCT) and gate driver pair.
Hackers are a turn-off. They're introducing new costs for security and making things more expensive.