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English definition of “turn-off”

turn-off

noun
 
 
/ˈtɜːnɒf/
PLACE [C] a place where you can leave a main road to go onto another roadRoad junctions
DISLIKE [no plural] informal something that you dislike or that makes you feel less interested, especially sexually: Greasy hair is a real turn-off.Feelings of dislike and hatredLack of sexual activity
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