de-energize

verb
de-en·​er·​gize | \ˌdē-ˈe-nər-ˌjīz \

Definition of de-energize 

transitive verb

: to disconnect from a source of electricity : shut off the power to

First Known Use of de-energize

1886, in the meaning defined above

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