Definitions

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  • v. deprive of energy

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Examples

  • In the case of network problems, it is still standard to de-energise certain loads and disconnect distributed sources.

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  • He said the people of Zimbabwe were tired of the "delaying tactics used by Zanu-PF to buy time so as to de-energise the nation.

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