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switch·o·ver

 (swĭch′ō′vər)
n.
A complete shift, as from one system to another.

switchover

(ˈswɪtʃˌəʊvə)
n
the act or an instance of changing from one method, policy, or technology to another: the switchover to digital television.
Translations

switchover

[ˈswɪtʃˌəʊvəʳ] npassaggio
the switchover to the metric system → l'adozione f del sistema metrico decimale
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The different filling levels lead to different pressure values at the switchover point.
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By changing temperature, switchover time, or gas injection time the surface state was changed as well as some parts properties such as mass and wall thickness.
Commenting on the switchover, Nigerian-born international businessman Kola Aluko called the announcement a 'turning point' for African broadcasting.
Digit Al, the switchover robot, will be at the event, offering practical advice on how to get set for digital, as well as the Switchover Help Scheme for older and disabled people.
Maggie was in Baltic Square, Gateshead to urge everyone in Tyne Tees to lend a helping hand to make sure older people know about the help they can get from the Switchover Help Scheme.
Digit Al, the switchover robot, will join the roadshow team offering practical advice on how to get set for digital, as well as the Switchover Help Scheme for older and disabled people.
Gloria said: "Although the switchover is a long way off, some people may already be concerned about what they need to do.
For more details on the switchover itself visit www.
There is guidance on Ceefax channel 911, leaflets and also companies like us offer all the necessary services to equip people for the digital switchover.
Freeview, BT Vision and Top Up TV users will need to retune their digital boxes at both stages of the switchover.
The EU Commission's position on the digital switchover was set out in a document known as Communication COM(2005) 204, in May 2005.