If you see "threshold voltage" ignore this, its the point the device turns fully off, not on.
If you're driving a DC motor, 250uA is "fully off". Conceptually the threshold voltage is the actual off-point, on datasheets they standardise on a small (a few ppm of the full load) current to mask such effects as leakage - I think I'm justified in being this liberal with my language.
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