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change over

phrasal verb with change uk   us   /tʃeɪndʒ/ verb
to stop using or having one thing and to start using or having something else: We've just changed over from gas central heating to electric.
Translations of “change over”
in Korean 바꾸다…
in Arabic يُبَدِّل…
in Portuguese passar (de algo para algo)…
in Catalan canviar…
in Japanese 切り替える…
in Italian cambiare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 更換, 改用…
in Russian переходить с одного на другое…
in Turkish ...e/a geçmek, dönmek, tarz/usul değiştirmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 更换, 改用…
in Polish przechodzić, przestawiać się…
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