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switchover

[ swich-oh-ver ]
/ ˈswɪtʃˌoʊ vər /
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noun

the act or process of changing from one power source, system, etc., to another.
an act or an instance of changing from one job, belief, style, etc., to another.

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Origin of switchover

First recorded in 1925–30; noun use of verb phrase switch over
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British Dictionary definitions for switchover

switchover
/ (ˈswɪtʃˌəʊvə) /

noun

the act or an instance of changing from one method, policy, or technology to anotherthe switchover to digital television
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