[ swĭch′ĭng ]
Any of the break points in a DNA sequence at which a gene segment unites with another gene segment and causes genetic rearrangement of the sequence, as in the production of the immunoglobulins.
What Is Code-Switching?Code-switching means "the modifying of one's speech, behavior, appearance, etc., to adapt to different sociocultural norms." So, why do we do it?
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