Bedeutung von “switch” — Learner’s Dictionary

switch

verb [ I, T ] us uk /swɪtʃ/
Some districts have switched to newer voting methods.The software enables you to switch easily from one application to another.Many customers are switching to alternative forms of energy.The gymnast switches the position of his legs as he swings from side to side.The union has switched its support from the government to the opposition party.
CHANGE

B2 to change from one thing to another:

We're trying to encourage people to switch from / cars to bicycles.
He's just switched jobs.
EXCHANGE

to exchange something with someone else:

After a couple of months we switched roles.

(Definition von “switch verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)