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out of commission

If something, such as a machine or a military ship, is out of commission it is broken or not available to be used.
Translations of “out of commission”
in Chinese (Traditional) (機器、軍艦等)壞了的,不可使用的,退役的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (机器、军舰等)坏了的,不可使用的,退役的…
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