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Switch

1. See: Swap.

2. See: Roll forward.

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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By the time of going to press, the media stations' free to air and paid platforms were still switched off.
When the scientists switched off the neuroplastin gene after conditioning, the mice were no longer able to perform the task properly.
This year too, Royal Opera House Muscat and the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque switched off for Earth Hour.
I tried to convince her she would be participating in a global movement if she switched off the light for just one hour on Saturday night.
Would it not have been a source of regret were the life support to be switched off last week if there had been potential for the baby to survive?
It responded to a survey out this week which claimed too many lights were being switched off, putting people at risk.
Earth Hour is a simple concept that quickly turned into a global phenomenon Last 2013, over 7,000 cities, towns, provinces and municipalities in 154 countries and territories switched off their lights for one hour to highlight awareness on global climate change.
The police had told the council if lights in some pedestrian areas were switched off there was "potential negative impact on crime and disorder.
Hindi movie channels will be switched off from 11 pm onwards on October 15, followed by news channels on October 18 for a similar period and Hindi entertainment channels on October 22.
Hyderabad, March 31 -- From 8:30pm to 9:30pm on 31st March 2012 all non-essential lights were switched off at Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre in a bid to bring awareness to the growing concerns of global climate change.
Mirdif City Centre switched off its garden and faE*ade lights, in addition to dimming 30 per cent of the its car park lights.