- n. Plural form of turnoff.
“The cold does mean, however, that black ice could be a concern, especially on roads, or in lanes that are less heavily travelled such as turnoffs and offramps.”
“Fifty thousand energy turnoffs in Baltimore starting now, no electric no more.”
“Thus, I think it's helpful to know some of the most common turnoffs that investors encounter in plowing through this stack of requests for money.”
“The depiction of high school is actually one of the turnoffs for me, as Glee is to my actual high school experience as Hogan's Heroes is to World War 2.”
“Despite air-traffic-control upgrades and the construction of additional high-speed runway turnoffs that together have yielded a roughly 20% bump in aircraft flow in good weather, chronic airfield and airspace limitations persist.”
“High taxes, heavy regulation, powerful unions and a big welfare state are turnoffs for pretty much any true blue (and especially red) American, but they are also the four cornerstones that have led Germany to its strongest quarter in 20 years.”
“They are out every day clocking distances and double checking turnoffs.”
“Over the past few years, a number of things have happened that have been major turnoffs, even to hardcore Padres fans like myself:”
“When you think about what you want in a partner, dont rattle off a list of Seinfeldian turnoffs.”
“And first-floor water turnoffs, low-level lights along stairways and double-banisters are such obvious, low-cost safety improvements they should have been standard features in all homes years ago.”
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