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switch (around) (with someone or something)

to exchange or trade with someone or something. (The optional elements cannot be transposed.) I liked Jill's lunch, and she liked mine, so I switched around with her. I liked Jill's, and she liked mine, so we switched around with each other.

switch

n. a switchblade knife. (The folding pocket knife springs open when a button is pushed.) They found a switch in his pocket when they searched him.
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The mercury switch, a small metal or glass capsule at the base of the light socket, poses little health concern to consumers during the functional life of the automobiles.
The Switch Lite offers portable Switch gaming at a lower price.
"Extending The Switch network to Istanbul via New TR will enable customers of The Switch to reach the Middle East with the touch of a button," said Keith Buckley, President and CEO at The Switch.
Pilot reported seeing smoke coming from the switch (p/n 103572101) on startup.
Socializing function was seen in the classroom where teachers code switch to break a silence or to create a friendly environment in the class.
Construction of Switch Station 1 and Switch Station 2 will be completed by First Solar in partnership with NV Energy and Switch before the end of 2016.
Micro-miniature detect switches are being employed in various applications calling for detection, such as consumer electronics, gaming, handheld devices, medical equipment, PoS terminals, telecom networking, industrial instrumentation and controls, computer peripherals, and military/ aerospace designs.
The switch is configured in a slim rackmount design.
EE's switching systems special report for November 2011 highlighted products such as Pickering's 6-GHz FET-based 40-88x RF/microwave switches and the very compact solid-state National Instruments PXI-2536 544-Crosspoint Switch Matrix.
In addition to offering service in 44 new cities, The Switch has invested in upgrades to its customer-controlled user interface.
The most common type of electro-mechanical switches used is a snap-action switch, in which an internal spring-loaded pole initiates the changeover movement.
USRobotics, a Platinum Equity company and a provider of Internet access and networking solutions, has launched a range of four Courier Smart Switches for business networks.
According to the EPA, together with existing state mercury switch recovery efforts, this program will significantly reduce mercury air emissions from the furnaces used in steel making, the fourth leading source in the United States after coal-fired utility boilers, industrial boilers and gold mining.
The combination of intelligent switches and specially designed software applications creates an architecture that effectively addresses both the scalability and data integrity limitations of previous solutions.
Brian Pevear: Traditional switches in vehicles are mechanical devices that typically switch currents up to 20 A.