de-energise

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

de- +‎ energize

Verb[edit]

de-energise (third-person singular simple present de-energises, present participle de-energising, simple past and past participle de-energised)

  1. (British) Alternative spelling of de-energize
    • Overhead wires at 25000 volts AC were used for the electrification of the main line from Euston and they were extended through Camden Road on the No. 1 lines [of the North London Line] to a Freightliner terminal near Maiden Lane on 25th October 1965. They were de-energised at the end of 1971. (North London Line - Broad Street to Willesden Junction, Vic Mitchell and Keith Smith, Middleton Press 1997, →ISBN