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Translation of "switch" - English-Spanish dictionary

switch

verb   /swɪtʃ/
to change from one thing to another cambiar He’s just switched jobs.
→  Phrasal verbs switch something off , switch something on
noun   /swɪtʃ/
B1 a small object that you push up or down with your finger to turn something electrical on or off interruptor
a change cambio There has been a switch in policy.
(Definition of switch from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

switch

noun /switʃ/
a small lever, handle or other device eg for putting or turning an electric current on or off interruptor, conmutador The switch is down when the power is on and up when it’s off He couldn’t find the light-switch.
an act of turning or changing cambio, viraje After several switches of direction they found themselves on the right road.
a thin stick. vara, varilla
switchback noun
a railway eg in an amusement park, or a road that has many ups and downs (and sudden turns) montaña rusa Let’s go along the switchback.
switchboard noun
a board with many switches for controlling electric currents etc , or for making connections by telephone, eg within a large office etc. panel de conmutación; centralita/central telefónica, cuadro conmutador (also adjective) a switchboard operator.
switch on/off phrasal verb
to put or turn on/off (an electric current / light etc) encender; apagar He switched on the light Switch off the electricity before going on holiday.
(Definition of switch from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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