turn-off

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UK 
  • n.岔道;支路;扫兴的人(或事);厌烦的人(或事)
  • Web断开;关断;关闭
Plural Form:turn-offs  
turn-off
n.
1.
岔道;支路a place where a road leads away from another larger or more important road
We missed the turn-off for the airport.
我们错过了通往机场的岔道。
2.
[ususing]
(informal)
扫兴的人(或事);厌烦的人(或事);引不起性欲的人(或物)a person or thing that people do not find interesting, attractive or sexually exciting
The city's crime rate is a serious turn-off to potential investors.
这个城市的犯罪率使得潜在的投资者望而却步。
I find beards a real turn-off.
我觉得胡子确实令人厌恶。

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