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Switch

1. See: Swap.

2. See: Roll forward.
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switch

1. See swap.
2. To move funds out of one mutual fund and into another mutual fund. See also telephone switching.
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References in classic literature ?
He switched the next donkey, and made him stop, and then the next, so that gradually the rattling of heels ceased and the awful noise subsided.
Their shaggy, big-bellied horse, all covered with snow, breathed heavily under the low shaft-bow and, evidently using the last of its strength, vainly endeavoured to escape from the switch, hobbling with its short legs through the deep snow which it threw up under itself.
He leveled the revolver directly at Billy, whose thumb on the switch did not waver, and they could see the gleaming bullet-tips in the chambers of the cylinder.
Sir Nathaniel switched on the light again, and in its comforting glow they began to talk freely.
Then Nobela switched me in the face with the tail of the beast, and cried aloud:--
That was a good word of thine, Mopo, which taught me to set the snare for them; yet methought I saw thee start when Nobela, queen of the witch-doctresses, switched death on thee.
And there was no need for the skeleton key after all; the boy opened the outer door with one of his own, and switched on the lights before leaving us.
He rose from the sill, drew blind and curtains carefully, then switched on the light himself.
We were standing near the door, and I could swear he touched me; then his boots creaked, there was a rattle in the fender--and Raffles switched on the light.
Switches were changed a mile in advance by pulling a wire rope that passed along the ground by the rail, from station to station.
Heenan says that he thinks the solution Wisconsin developed is "giant leap forward" in addressing the mercury issue because it allows the auto recycler "to do the right thing" by removing the switch. The recycler then brings the recovered switches to drop-off sites located throughout the state, Heenan says, and the state takes care of the recycling or disposal.
While the (http://www.ibtimes.com/nintendo-switch-lite-how-preorder-2809805) Switch Lite is named after the currently existing Switch console, it has a look and feel reminiscent of the 2DS handheld, (http://www.gamespot.com/articles/should-you-buy-the-switch-lite-the-pros-and-cons-o/1100-6469410/) GameSpot noted.