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switch

 (swĭch)
n.
1.
a. An exchange or a swap, especially one done secretly.
b. A transference or shift, as of opinion or attention.
2.
a. A device used to break or open an electric circuit or to divert current from one conductor to another.
b. A device consisting of two sections of railroad track and accompanying apparatus used to transfer rolling stock from one track to another.
3.
a. A slender flexible rod, stick, or twig, especially one used for whipping.
b. The bushy tip of the tail of certain animals: a cow's switch.
c. A thick strand of real or synthetic hair used as part of a coiffure.
d. A flailing or lashing, as with a slender rod: gave the ox a switch.
v. switched, switch·ing, switch·es
v.tr.
1.
a. To exchange: asked her brother to switch seats with her.
b. To shift, transfer, or divert: switched the conversation to a lighter subject.
2.
a. To connect, disconnect, or divert (an electric current) by operating a switch.
b. To cause (an electric current or appliance) to begin or cease operation: switched the lights on and off.
c. Informal To produce as if by operating a control. Often used with on: switched on the charm.
3. To move (rolling stock) from one track to another; shunt.
4.
a. To whip with a switch, especially in punishing a child.
b. To jerk or swish abruptly or sharply: a cat switching its tail.
v.intr.
1. To make or undergo a shift or an exchange: The office has switched to shorter summer hours.
2. To swish sharply from side to side.
Phrasal Verb:
switch off Informal
To stop paying attention; lose interest.

[Probably of Low German or Flemish origin.]

switch′a·ble adj.
switch′er n.

switch

(swɪtʃ)
n
1. (Electrical Engineering) a mechanical, electrical, electronic, or optical device for opening or closing a circuit or for diverting energy from one part of a circuit to another
2. a swift and usually sudden shift or change
3. an exchange or swap
4. a flexible rod or twig, used esp for punishment
5. the sharp movement or blow of such an instrument
6. (Hairdressing & Grooming) a tress of false hair used to give added length or bulk to a woman's own hairstyle
7. (Zoology) the tassel-like tip of the tail of cattle and certain other animals
8. (Card Games) any of various card games in which the suit is changed during play
9. (Railways) US and Canadian a railway siding
10. (Railways) US and Canadian a railway point
11. (Telecommunications) informal Austral See switchboard
vb
12. to shift, change, turn aside, or change the direction of (something)
13. to exchange (places); replace (something by something else): the battalions switched fronts.
14. (Railways) chiefly US and Canadian to transfer (rolling stock) from one railway track to another
15. (Electrical Engineering) (tr) to cause (an electric current) to start or stop flowing or to change its path by operating a switch
16. to swing or cause to swing, esp back and forth
17. (tr) to lash or whip with or as if with a switch
[C16: perhaps from Middle Dutch swijch branch, twig]
ˈswitcher n
ˈswitchˌlike adj

switch

(swɪtʃ)

n.
1. a turning, shifting, or changing.
2. a device for turning on or off or directing an electric current or for making or breaking a circuit.
3. a track structure for diverting moving trains or rolling stock from one track to another.
4. a slender, flexible shoot, rod, etc., used esp. in whipping or disciplining.
5. the act of whipping or beating with or as if with such an object; a stroke, lash, or whisking movement.
6. a bunch or tress of long hair or some substitute, worn by women to supplement their own hair.
7. a tuft of hair at the end of the tail of some animals.
v.t.
8. to change or exchange.
9. to turn, shift, or divert: to switch the subject.
10. to connect, disconnect, or redirect (an electric circuit or the device it serves) by operating a switch (often fol. by off or on).
11. to whip or beat with a switch or the like.
12. to move, swing, or whisk (a cane, a fishing line, etc.) with a swift, lashing stroke.
13.
a. to move or transfer (a train, car, etc.) from one set of tracks to another.
b. to drop or add (cars) or to make up (a train).
v.i.
14. to strike with or as if with a switch.
15. to change, as direction or course; turn or shift: to switch to another road.
16. to exchange or replace something with another.
17. to move back and forth briskly, as a cat's tail.
18. to be shifted, turned, etc., by means of a switch.
[1585–95; orig. uncertain]
switch′a•ble, adj.
switch′er, n.

switch


Past participle: switched
Gerund: switching

Imperative
switch
switch
Present
I switch
you switch
he/she/it switches
we switch
you switch
they switch
Preterite
I switched
you switched
he/she/it switched
we switched
you switched
they switched
Present Continuous
I am switching
you are switching
he/she/it is switching
we are switching
you are switching
they are switching
Present Perfect
I have switched
you have switched
he/she/it has switched
we have switched
you have switched
they have switched
Past Continuous
I was switching
you were switching
he/she/it was switching
we were switching
you were switching
they were switching
Past Perfect
I had switched
you had switched
he/she/it had switched
we had switched
you had switched
they had switched
Future
I will switch
you will switch
he/she/it will switch
we will switch
you will switch
they will switch
Future Perfect
I will have switched
you will have switched
he/she/it will have switched
we will have switched
you will have switched
they will have switched
Future Continuous
I will be switching
you will be switching
he/she/it will be switching
we will be switching
you will be switching
they will be switching
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been switching
you have been switching
he/she/it has been switching
we have been switching
you have been switching
they have been switching
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been switching
you will have been switching
he/she/it will have been switching
we will have been switching
you will have been switching
they will have been switching
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been switching
you had been switching
he/she/it had been switching
we had been switching
you had been switching
they had been switching
Conditional
I would switch
you would switch
he/she/it would switch
we would switch
you would switch
they would switch
Past Conditional
I would have switched
you would have switched
he/she/it would have switched
we would have switched
you would have switched
they would have switched
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.switch - control consisting of a mechanical or electrical or electronic device for making or breaking or changing the connections in a circuitswitch - control consisting of a mechanical or electrical or electronic device for making or breaking or changing the connections in a circuit
commutator - switch for reversing the direction of an electric current
controller, control - a mechanism that controls the operation of a machine; "the speed controller on his turntable was not working properly"; "I turned the controls over to her"
cutout - a switch that interrupts an electric circuit in the event of an overload
ignition switch - switch that operates a solenoid that closes a circuit to operate the starter
push button, button, push - an electrical switch operated by pressing; "the elevator was operated by push buttons"; "the push beside the bed operated a buzzer at the desk"
selector switch, selector - a switch that is used to select among alternatives
three-point switch, three-way switch - an electric switch that has three terminals; used to control a circuit from two different locations
time-switch - a switch set to operate at a desired time
on/off switch, on-off switch, toggle switch, toggle - a hinged switch that can assume either of two positions
2.switch - an event in which one thing is substituted for anotherswitch - an event in which one thing is substituted for another; "the replacement of lost blood by a transfusion of donor blood"
variation, fluctuation - an instance of change; the rate or magnitude of change
3.switch - hairpiece consisting of a tress of false hair; used by women to give shape to a coiffure
false hair, hairpiece, postiche - a covering or bunch of human or artificial hair used for disguise or adornment
4.switch - railroad track having two movable rails and necessary connections; used to turn a train from one track to another or to store rolling stock
railroad track, railway, railroad - a line of track providing a runway for wheels; "he walked along the railroad track"
5.switch - a flexible implement used as an instrument of punishment
birch rod, birch - a switch consisting of a twig or a bundle of twigs from a birch tree; used to hit people as punishment; "my father never spared the birch"
cane - a stiff switch used to hit students as punishment
ferule - a switch (a stick or cane or flat paddle) used to punish children
instrument of punishment - an instrument designed and used to punish a condemned person
ratan, rattan - a switch made from the stems of the rattan palms
6.switch - a basketball maneuver; two defensive players shift assignments so that each guards the player usually guarded by the other
basketball play - a play executed by a basketball team
7.switch - the act of changing one thing or position for another; "his switch on abortion cost him the election"
change - the action of changing something; "the change of government had no impact on the economy"; "his change on abortion cost him the election"
switcheroo - a sudden unexpected switch
Verb1.switch - change over, change around, as to a new order or sequence
change by reversal, reverse, turn - change to the contrary; "The trend was reversed"; "the tides turned against him"; "public opinion turned when it was revealed that the president had an affair with a White House intern"
2.switch - exchange or give (something) in exchange forswitch - exchange or give (something) in exchange for
exchange, interchange, change - give to, and receive from, one another; "Would you change places with me?"; "We have been exchanging letters for a year"
3.switch - lay aside, abandon, or leave for another; "switch to a different brand of beer"; "She switched psychiatrists"; "The car changed lanes"
exchange, convert, commute, change - exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category; "Could you convert my dollars into pounds?"; "He changed his name"; "convert centimeters into inches"; "convert holdings into shares"
change - change clothes; put on different clothes; "Change before you go to the opera"
transition - make or undergo a transition (from one state or system to another); "The airline transitioned to more fuel-efficient jets"; "The adagio transitioned into an allegro"
shift - change gears; "you have to shift when you go down a steep hill"
break - change suddenly from one tone quality or register to another; "Her voice broke to a whisper when she started to talk about her children"
channel-surf, surf - switch channels, on television
leap, jump - pass abruptly from one state or topic to another; "leap into fame"; "jump to a conclusion"; "jump from one thing to another"
diphthongise, diphthongize - change from a simple vowel to a diphthong; "This vowel diphthongized in Germanic"
cut - make an abrupt change of image or sound; "cut from one scene to another"
break - change directions suddenly
4.switch - make a shift in or exchange of; "First Joe led; then we switched"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
back - shift to a counterclockwise direction; "the wind backed"
veer - shift to a clockwise direction; "the wind veered"
5.switch - cause to go on or to be engaged or set in operation; "switch on the light"; "throw the lever"
switch on, turn on - cause to operate by flipping a switch; "switch on the light"; "turn on the stereo"
switch off, turn off, turn out, cut - cause to stop operating by disengaging a switch; "Turn off the stereo, please"; "cut the engine"; "turn out the lights"
mesh, lock, operate, engage - keep engaged; "engaged the gears"
6.switch - flog with or as if with a flexible rod
flog, lash, lather, trounce, welt, whip, slash, strap - beat severely with a whip or rod; "The teacher often flogged the students"; "The children were severely trounced"
7.switch - reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)switch - reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)
change by reversal, reverse, turn - change to the contrary; "The trend was reversed"; "the tides turned against him"; "public opinion turned when it was revealed that the president had an affair with a White House intern"

switch

noun
1. control, button, lever, on/off device a light switch
2. change, shift, transition, conversion, reversal, alteration, about-turn, change of direction New technology made the switch to oil possible.
verb
1. change, shift, convert, divert, deviate, change course I'm switching to a new gas supplier.
2. exchange, trade, swap, replace, substitute, rearrange, interchange The ballot boxes have been switched. turn on
switch something off turn off, shut off, deactivate, cut She switched off the coffee-machine.
switch something on turn on, put on, set off, activate, initiate, get going, set in motion, trigger off, initialize He pointed the light at his feet and tried to switch it on.

switch

noun
The act of exchanging or substituting:
Informal: swap.
verb
1. To move to and fro vigorously and usually repeatedly:
2. To leave or discard for another:
3. To give up in return for something else:
Informal: swap.
Translations
تَحْويل أو تَغْييرعَصا رَفيعَهمِفْتاح التَّدوير أو التَّشْغيلمِفْتَاحٌ كَهْرَبائِيّيَتَـحَوَّلُ
vypínačzměnahůlkaobrátitodbočení
kontaktskiftepiskskift=-kontakt
katkaisijavaihtaavitsakeskuskytkeä
naglo promijenitiprekidač
átkapcsoláttéréshajlékony ágkapcsolóvillanykapcsoló
breyting, skiptipískur, keyrirofiskipta, snúa
スイッチポイント変える
바꾸다스위치
jungikliskalnų traukinukasperjungtiskirstomasis skydas
nogriešanāspārmaiņapārslēgtpievērstiesrīkste
odbočenieprepnúťprútikvypínač
stikalovklopitizamenjatimenjatispremeniti
bytapiskaslåströmbrytareväxel
เปลี่ยนสวิตช์ปิด/เปิดไฟ
chuyểncông tắc

switch

[swɪtʃ]
A. N
1. (Elec) → interruptor m, suich(e) m (LAm), switch m (LAm)
the switch was on/offel interruptor estaba encendido/apagado
at the flick of a switchcon sólo darle a un interruptor
to flick a switch on/offencender/apagar un interruptor
light switchinterruptor m de la luz
the on-off switchel interruptor de encendido y apagado
he threw the switch on the tape recorderdio al interruptor del magnetofón
2. (= change) → cambio m (from, to de a) this represents a dramatic switch in US policyesto representa un cambio dramático en la política estadounidense
to make the switch from X to Ypasar de X a Y
he had made the switch from writing screenplays to novelshabía pasado de escribir guiones a escribir novelas
they have made the switch from dictatorship to democracyhan hecho la transición de la dictadura a la democracia
3. (= swap, substitution) → cambio m
to make a switchhacer un cambio
that's not my necklace, there has been a switchésa no es mi gargantilla, me la han cambiado or me han hecho un cambio, ésa no es mi gargantilla, me han dado un cambiazo
4. (o.f.) (= stick) → vara f; (for riding) → fusta f
5. [of hair] → postizo m
6. (US) (Rail) (= points) → agujas fpl; (= siding) → vía f muerta
B. VT
1. (= change) [+ tactics] → cambiar de
if you switch allegiance from one party to anothersi cambias de bando y vas de un partido a otro ...
how quickly people switch allegiances!¡hay que ver con qué rapidez se cambia de chaqueta la gente!
50 per cent of car buyers are prepared to switch brandsun 50 por ciento de los compradores de coche están dispuestos a pasarse a una nueva marca
2. (= move) [+ production] → trasladar (from, to de a) she quickly switched the conversation to another topicrápidamente desvió la conversación hacia otro tema
3. (= swap, exchange) (honestly) → cambiar; (dishonestly) → cambiar, dar el cambiazo a
we had to switch taxis when the first broke downtuvimos que cambiar de taxi cuando el primero tuvo una avería
the ballot boxes have been switchedhan cambiado las urnas, han dado el cambiazo a las urnas
to switch sth for sthcambiar algo por algo
he switched the real painting with the fake onecambió el cuadro verdadero por el falso
4. (Elec) he switched the heater to "low"puso el calentador en "bajo"
5. (esp US) (Rail) to switch a train to another linecambiar un tren a otra vía
6. (= lash) [+ tail] → mover, agitar
to switch the grass with one's caneagitar la hierba con la vara
C. VI
1. (= change) → cambiar (from, to de a) he switched to another topiccambió de tema
I've switched to a cheaper brand of washing powder(me) he cambiado a una marca de detergente más barata
2. (= swap round) → hacer un cambio, cambiarse (with con) he had switched with another driverhabía hecho un cambio con otro conductor, se había cambiado con otro conductor
3. (= move) [production] → trasladarse (to a) production will switch to the Glasgow plant next weekla producción se trasladará a la planta de Glasgow la semana que viene
you can switch between windows using the mousepuedes cambiar de una ventana a otra utilizando el ratón
switch back
A. VI + ADV (to original plan, product, allegiance) → volver a cambiarse
to switch back to sthvolver a (cambiar a) algo
let's switch back to the other programmevolvamos (a cambiar) al otro programa
B. VT + ADV she switched the heater back to high/lowvolvió a cambiar el calentador a la posición alta/baja
to switch the light back onvolver a encender la luz
to switch the heater/oven back onvolver a poner or encender el calentador/horno
switch off
A. VT + ADV [+ light, television, gas] → apagar (Aut) [+ ignition, engine] → parar
he switched the radio offapagó la radio
the oven switches itself offel horno se apaga solo
to switch off the electricityapagar la corriente or la luz
B. VI + ADV
1. (Elec) [washing-machine, light, heating] → apagarse
the dryer switches on and off automaticallyla secadora se enciende y apaga automáticamente
2. (= stop listening) → desconectar(se)
switch on
A. VT + ADV
1. (Elec, Aut) [+ light, television, gas, electricity] → encender, prender (LAm); [+ alarm clock, burglar alarm] → poner
he switched on the lightencendió la luz
to leave the television switched ondejar la televisión puesta or encendida
see also ignition
2. (fig)
2.1. (= use) to switch on the charmponerse encantador
2.2. (= excite) his music switches me onsu música me pone a tono
B. VI + ADV (Elec) [washing-machine, light, heating] → encenderse; [viewer] → encender la televisión, poner la televisión, prender la televisión (LAm); [listener] → encender la radio, poner la radio, prender la radio (LAm); [driver] → arrancar
the light switches on automaticallylas luces se encienden automáticamente
switch over
A. VT + ADV to switch over A and Bcambiar A por B
to switch the programme overcambiar de cadena
B. VI + PREP to switch over (TV, Rad) → cambiar de canal
to switch over to another stationcambiar a otra emisora
we've switched over to gas(nos) hemos cambiado or pasado a gas
switch round switch around
A. VT + ADV
1. (= swap round) → cambiar
2. (= move) [+ furniture] → cambiar de sitio
B. VI + ADVcambiarse

switch

[ˈswɪtʃ]
n
(for light, radio, appliance)bouton m
(= change) → changement m, revirement m
vt
(= change) [+ jobs, tactics] → changer de
In the second half, Chelsea suddenly switched tactics → En seconde période Chelsea changea soudain de tactique.
(= exchange) [+ partners, seats] → changer de
We switched partners → Nous avons changé de partenaire.
(= exchange position) (also switch round) [+ objects, letters, numbers] → intervertir, changer de place
Switch those two words round and it'll sound much better → Intervertissez ces deux mots et cela sonnera beaucoup mieux.
(= transfer) [+ support, attention] → orienter
She switched her attention to films → Elle orienta son attention vers les films.
vi (= change) to switch to sth → passer à qch
Estonia is switching to a market economy → L'Estonie passe à une économie de marché.
to switch from sth to sth → passer de qch à qch
They want to encourage companies to switch from coal to cleaner fuels → Ils veulent encourager les entreprises à passer du charbon à des combustibles plus propres.
switch off
vt sep [+ light, TV, radio, machine] → éteindre; [+ engine] → arrêter
vi (= stop paying attention) → décrocher
switch on
vt sep
[+ light, TV, radio] → allumer; [+ kettle] → allumer; [+ engine, machine] → mettre en marche
(British) [+ water supply] → ouvrir

switch

n
(Elec etc) → Schalter m
(US Rail) → Weiche f
(= change)Wechsel m; (in plans, policies) → Änderung f, → Umstellung f (→ in +gen); (in opinion) → Änderung f (→ in +gen); (= exchange)Tausch m; to make a switchtauschen
(= stick, cane)Rute f, → Gerte f; (= riding whip)Gerte f
(of hair)falscher Zopf
vt
(= change, alter)wechseln; direction, plansändern; allegianceübertragen (→ to auf +acc); attention, conversationlenken (→ to auf +acc); to switch schoolsdie Schule wechseln; to switch sidesdie Seiten wechseln; to switch channelsauf einen anderen Kanal umschalten; to switch parties/jobszu einer anderen Partei/anderen Stelle überwechseln
(= move) productionverlegen; objectumstellen
(= exchange)tauschen; (= transpose: also switch over, switch round) objects, letters in word, figures in columnvertauschen; I switched hats with himich tauschte meinen Hut mit ihm; we switched hatswir tauschten die Hüte; to switch A for BA für or gegen B (ein)tauschen; to switch A and B (over)A und B vertauschen
(Elec) → (um)schalten; switch the radio to another programmeschalten Sie auf ein anderes Radioprogramm um
tail, caneschlagen mit
(esp US, Rail) → rangieren
vi
(= change: also switch over) → (über)wechseln (to zu); (Elec, TV, Rad) → umschalten (→ to auf +acc); (= exchange: also switch round, switch over) → tauschen; to switch (over) from Y to Zvon Y auf Z (acc)(über)wechseln; we’ve switched (over) to gaswir haben auf Gas umgestellt; the wind switched to the eastder Wind hat (sich) nach Osten gedreht; he switched to another line of attacker wechselte seine Angriffstaktik; she switched to being in favour of itsie änderte ihre Meinung und war auf einmal dafür
(Rail) → rangieren

switch

:
switchback
n (US) → Berg- und Talbahn f; (Brit, = roller-coaster also) → Achterbahn f
switchblade
n (US) → Schnappmesser nt
switchboard
n (Telec: = exchange) → Vermittlung f; (in office etc) → Zentrale f; (= actual panel, Elec) → Schalttafel f
switchboard operator
n (in office) → Telefonist(in) m(f)
switch box
n (Elec) → Schaltkasten m
switch clock
n (Tech) → Schaltuhr f

switch

:
switchgear
n no pl (Elec) → Schaltgerät nt
switch-hit
vi (Baseball) → beidhändig schlagen
switch-hitter
n (Baseball) → beidhändiger Hitter
switchman
n (US Rail) → Weichensteller m
switch-over
nWechsel m (→ to auf +acc, → zu), → Umstellung f (→ to auf +acc); (= exchange)Tausch m; (of letters, figures etc)Vertauschung f
switch-round
nTausch m; (of letters, figures etc)Vertauschung f; (= rearrangement)Umstellen nt
switch yard
n (US Rail) → Rangierbahnhof m

switch

[swɪtʃ]
1. n
a. (Elec) → interruttore m
b. (Rail) (points) → scambio
c. (change) → cambiamento, mutamento; (exchange) → scambio
a rapid switch of plan → un improvviso cambiamento di programma
d. (stick) → bacchetta
riding switch → frustino
2. vt
a. (change, plans, jobs) → cambiare; (allegiance) to switch (to)spostare (a); (conversation) → spostare (su)
b. (exchange) → scambiarsi; (transpose) (also switch round, switch over) → scambiare; (two objects) → invertire
I switched hats with him, we switched hats → ci siamo scambiati i cappelli
c. (TV, Radio) (programme) → cambiare
to switch the TV to another channel → cambiare canale
to switch the radio to another programme → cambiare stazione
to switch the heater to high → regolare la stufa al massimo
d. (Rail) → deviare
3. vi (also switch over) → passare
he switched to another topic → è passato a un altro argomento
he has switched to Labour → è passato al partito laburista
switch back
1. vi + adv (gen) → ritornare (TV, Radio) to switch back to the other programmerimettere l'altro programma, ritornare all'altro programma
he switched back to being calm → è tornato alla calma
2. vt + adv can you switch the heater back to "low"?puoi rimettere la stufa al minimo?
to switch the light back on/off → riaccendere/rispegnere la luce
switch off
1. vt + adv (Elec, TV, Aut) → spegnere
2. vi + adv (Elec, TV) → spegnersi da solo/a (fig) (fam) (not listen) → smettere di ascoltare
switch on
1. vt + adv (Elec, TV) → accendere; (water supply) → aprire; (machine) (Aut) → mettere in moto, avviare; (ignition) → inserire
to switch on the charm → diventare tutto/a gentile
2. vi + adv (heater, oven) → accendersi da solo/a

switch

(switʃ) noun
1. a small lever, handle or other device eg for putting or turning an electric current on or off. The switch is down when the power is on and up when it's off; He couldn't find the light-switch.
2. an act of turning or changing. After several switches of direction they found themselves on the right road.
3. a thin stick.
verb
to change, turn. He switched the lever to the `off' position; Let's switch over to another programme; Having considered that problem, they switched their attention to other matters.
ˈswitchback noun
a railway eg in an amusement park, or a road that has many ups and downs (and sudden turns). Let's go along the switchback.
ˈswitchboard noun
a board with many switches for controlling electric currents etc, or for making connections by telephone, eg within a large office etc.
switch on/off
to put or turn on/off (an electric current / light etc). He switched on the light; Switch off the electricity before going on holiday.

switch

مِفْتَاحٌ كَهْرَبائِيّ, يَتَـحَوَّلُ přejít, vypínač kontakt, skifte Schalter, wechseln διακόπτης, εκτρέπω cambiar, interruptor katkaisija, vaihtaa bouton, changer naglo promijeniti, prekidač cambiare, interruttore スイッチ, 変える 바꾸다, 스위치 overstappen, schakelaar bryter, skifte przełącznik, przełączyć interruptor, trocar выключатель, переключать byta, strömbrytare เปลี่ยน, สวิตช์ปิด/เปิดไฟ elektrik düğmesi, geçmek chuyển, công tắc 开关, 转变

switch

n. [instrumento] cambio; conector eléctrico;
v. cambiar;
to ___ offdesconectar; cambiar;
to ___ onconectar.
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Key words: pneumatic switch, electro valve, perturbation.
Limited Tenders are invited for Supply Of Spare : Pneumatic switch 630KPA, line f~om manual valve, T Coupling, Air reservoir 4CR; P 0034/80 etc
Valued at nearly $750,000, the contract calls for pneumatic switch machines, radar, clearance track circuits, a 32-cylinder retarder and the engineering required for the addition of another group of tracks in the yard.