on-off switch

NOUN
  1. a hinged switch that can assume either of two positions
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How To Use on-off switch In A Sentence

  • Katherine was bending over to inspect the side of the laptop for its on-off switch. BEHINDLINGS
  • On-Off switch (right-hand toggle) Envelope mode (left-hand toggle) up = auto-repeat, centre = single shot (no sustain), down = single shot (sustain allowed). MATRIXSYNTH
  • The on-off switch should be mounted in a convenient location on the dash and within your reach.
  • Electron on-off switching in mercury triatomic clusters was demonstrated from quantum beat experiments.
  • Should we be looking for someone who knows how to do it or is there a simple on-off switch? SNOWJOB
  • When used in pillar drill, it is often very difficult to reach the on-off switch with one hand on the lever.
  • She hiked up her chiton and shinnied up the long, slippery, swooping neck of the bronze dragon, searching for the on-off switch. Artemis the Brave
  • Some cynics even dared to advance the theory that parsimony on the behalf of the home management had stayed their fingers on the on-off switch.
  • As most of you know, in the U.S., it's pretty much an on-off switch. Dialect and Language discussion - pulled from another thread . . .
  • Hardware problems—most notably a heat-sensitive on-off switch that could power up or shut down the system on warm days—plagued the machine from the start.
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