Extinguish and Turn off

Extinguish

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Extinguish verb – To cause to cease burning.
Turn off and extinguish are semantically related In some cases you can use "Turn off" instead a verb "Extinguish".
Nearby Words: extinguishing, extinguisher
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Turn off

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Turn off verb – To cause to feel disgust.
Extinguish and turn off are semantically related in stop from operating topic. Sometimes you can use "Extinguish" instead a verb "Turn off".
Synonyms for Turn off

Both terms in one sentence

  • Romance on the Set In his autobiography, Redgrave recollects that the scene required him to extinguish a lamp which failed to turn off on cue due to an electrical malfunction, and then turned off unexpectedly when he and Rachel had just embraced on stage.
  • You Can't Get Ye Flask Scott Adams' 1978 Adventureland required the player to enter the unintuitive UNLIGHT LAMP in order to prevent a lamp from using up its fuel, and would not recognise the verb EXTINGUISH (and certainly not the phrases PUT OUT or TURN OFF).
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