switch (someone or something) through (to someone or something)(redirected from switch someone through)
switch (someone or something) through (to someone or something)
To connect or transfer someone's telephone call (to someone or something else). He's in a meeting right now, but I can switch you through to the board room if it's an emergency. Please hold—I'll switch your call through in a moment. They've been trying to switch us through to him, but he's not picking up.
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switch someone or something through
to connect someone or something with something else. I will switch you through the priority network. The operator switched the call through.
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