Origin of shutoff
Words nearby shutoff
How to use shutoff in a sentence
Timed heat settings and automatic shutoff can also aid efficiency, especially if you tend to forget to shut off appliances.Best space heater: Stay warm in every space, from the garage to the basement|Carsen Joenk|February 18, 2021|Popular-Science
This one doesn’t have an automatic shutoff feature, which is good if you are on a long car ride, but could be an issue for your car’s battery life if you forget to unplug it.Best heated throw blanket: Bundle up with these electric blankets|PopSci Commerce Team|February 11, 2021|Popular-Science
Basically anyone living east Interstate 125 and Interstate 15 outside Poway are at risk of a shutoff, according to a map posted on the SDG&E website.Morning Report: Why COVID Is Coursing Through Local Jails|Voice of San Diego|December 2, 2020|Voice of San Diego
The National Transportation Safety Board investigated these failures and made a series of recommendations, like pressure tests for older gas pipelines and automatic shutoff valves on pipelines running through populated areas.
It wasn’t until February 2020 that PHMSA finally proposed a new rule requiring automatic shutoff valves.
Through June 30, service was severed to 15,200 customers, and about 92,000 remain in shutoff status.
The $9.5 million owed by non-residents would amount to $625 for each severed customer and $103 for those in shutoff status.
At the beginning of July, the department issued 10-day shutoff notices to 250 commercial customers.
If the power shutoff is something the Queen's repair scanners can handle, the instruments will come back on any minute.The Winds of Time|James H. Schmitz
The small fitting under the gasoline tank has a thumbscrew shutoff and a glass-sight feed tube, leading to the carburetor.
British Dictionary definitions for shutoff
Other Idioms and Phrases with shutoff
Stop the flow or passage of, as in They shut off the water while repairs were being made. [Early 1800s]
Close off, isolate, as in Loners shut themselves off from the community. [First half of 1800s]