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switchovernoun [C]

 us   /ˈswɪtʃˌoʊ·vər/
a change from using or doing one thing to another: The switchover to daylight-savings time represents a 1 percent saving of electricity annually.
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switchovernoun [C]

(also switch-over) uk   us   /ˈswɪtʃˌəʊvər/
a change from using one technical system, etc. to another: a switchover to sth The switchover to the euro made it easier for eurozone countries to do business with each other. All of the 1,154 towers would need upgrading when the national switchover to digital television takes place.
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