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English-German translation for: abschalten
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German-English Dictionary: abschalten

abschalten [fig.]
to unwind [relax]
to extinguish
to disable
to disconnectelectr.
to passivate
to deactivate
to clear
to cut off
to shut off
to turn off
to tune out
to shut down
to deenergize
to power down
to get away from it all
to shut off [music, car alarm, etc.]
to log offcomp.
etw. abschalten
to break sth. [turn off]comp.electr.tech.
abschalten [ausschalten]
to cut out [Am.] [light, TV set]
abschalten [ugs.] [nicht mehr aufmerksam sein, Abstand gewinnen]
to switch off [stop paying attention or worrying about sth.]
etw.Akk. abschalten
to switch sth. off
etw.Akk. abschalten [Gerät, Motor etc.]
to power sth. off [device, engine, etc.]automot.tech.
Abschalten {n}
switching off
shutting downtech.
(gedanklich) abschalten [ugs.]
to zone out [coll.]
kontrolliert abschalten
to shut down gracefullycomp.
sich abschalten
to turn (itself) off
den Strom abschalten
to power offelectr.
to break contactelectr.
to break the currentelectr.
to cut off the currentelectr.
to switch off the currentelectr.
die Maschine abschalten
to cut out the engine
die Stromversorgung abschalten
to cut off the electricity supplyelectr.
die Zündung abschalten
to cut off the ignition
to switch off the ignition
einen Reaktor abschalten
to shut down a reactornucl.
verzögertes Abschalten {n} der Nebenaggregate
delayed accessory power shutoffautomot.
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