deactivate

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Synonyms for deactivate

remove from active military status or reassign

Related Words

make inactive

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There is a service in Telegram using which one can deactivate his/her account and the security hole can forge a demand for deactivating the users' account by sending a link to chatrooms or other webpages and all the user's information and account will be erased after opening the link," he added.
It works by binding to bacterial DNA and deactivating it -- switching off all primary functions in the bacterial cell and stopping it from reproducing.
The active protein, SASP, is then produced by the bacteria themselves, deactivating the cells.
It works by binding to bacterial DNA and deactivating it -– switching off all primary functions in the bacterial cell and stopping it from reproducing.
When it detects a frontal, rear or side collision, it transmits a signal to the battery management system, deactivating the battery within half a second.
The researchers found that deactivating the basolateral amygdala, a brain region involved in regulating emotion, specifically blocked consumption of a fatty diet in a rat.
However, they were surprised to see that deactivating the same brain region did not stop the rat from wanting to look for the food repeatedly.
Their study has shown that deactivating the basolateral amygdala blocks this type of binge eating.
In essence, the plan calls for deactivating every other street light in the city, though lighting will be maintained at major intersections and other spots identified by police and ward councilors as priorities.
Of the 177 who commented, 6% said they had never thought about deactivating an ICD, 2% were unaware of the separate pacer and defibrillator functions, and 1% declared a lack of knowledge about defibrillators, reported Dr.
Of the 177, 13% accepted primary responsibility for initiating discussions about deactivating pacemakers, 10% said another specialist should start the discussion, and 7% said the patient or family should bring it up first.
Before 1995 the standards for deactivating guns were less stringent than those which currently apply.
Security expert Declan Power told the Irish Daily Mirror: "There are a few ways of deactivating an old machine gun.