Meaning of deactivation in English:

deactivation

noun

See deactivate

  • ‘In the first five years, the reactors will undergo mild surface-level deactivation to minimize their radioactivity.’
  • ‘This can result in major damage for your website from loss of consumer loyalty and trust to deactivation of your e-mail privileges.’
  • ‘These agreements also order the deactivation of land-based missiles that carry more than one warhead each by 2003 and their destruction by 2007.’
  • ‘Upon deactivation of the 112 th, he moved on to become the Command Sergeant Major of the U.S. Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca.’
  • ‘Drilling your employees on lock-out procedures and proper equipment deactivation is paramount.’

Pronunciation

deactivation

/diːaktɪˈveɪʃ(ə)n/