Definition of De-energise

1. Verb. Deprive of energy.

Exact synonyms: De-energize
Generic synonyms: Weaken
Antonyms: Energise, Energize



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Lexicographical Neighbors of De-energise

de-authorise
de-authorised
de-authorises
de-authorising
de-dupe
de-duped
de-dupes
de-duping
de-efferentation
de-emetinised ipecacuanha
de-emphasis
de-emphasise
de-emphasize
de-emulsifier
de-emulsify
de-energise (current term)
de-energize
de-epicardialization
de-escalate
de-escalates
de-escalation
de-excitation
de-humanise
de-humanises
de-humanize
de-humanizes
de-ice
de-iced
de-ices
de-icing

Literary usage of De-energise

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1. The Electrical Engineer (1893)
"It must be remembered that the locomotive engineer is provided with a complete, expensive, and somewhat intricate apparatus with which to de-energise his ..."

2. Things That Go Blip in the Night: Standby Power and How to Limit It by International Energy Agency (2001)
"... power components and de-energise components not required during standby mode. Each has unique costs and benefits, a few of which are described below. ..."

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