- n. 转换；开关；鞭子
- v. 改变；交换；转换；鞭打
- vt. & vi. 转变 change or exchange
control consisting of a mechanical or electrical or electronic device for making or breaking or changing the connections in a circuit
an event in which one thing is substituted for another;
"the replacement of lost blood by a transfusion of donor blood"
hairpiece consisting of a tress of false hair; used by women to give shape to a coiffure
railroad track having two movable rails and necessary connections; used to turn a train from one track to another or to store rolling stock
a flexible implement used as an instrument of punishment
a basketball maneuver; two defensive players shift assignments so that each guards the player usually guarded by the other
the act of changing one thing or position for another;
"his switch on abortion cost him the election"
change over, change around, as to a new order or sequence
exchange or give (something) in exchange for
lay aside, abandon, or leave for another;
"switch to a different brand of beer"
"She switched psychiatrists"
"The car changed lanes"
make a shift in or exchange of;
"First Joe led; then we switched"
cause to go on or to be engaged or set in operation;
"switch on the light"
"throw the lever"
flog with or as if with a flexible rod
reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)
- How do I switch to the next major release branch?
- The current will switch over after I push this button.
- I wish to turn on the light, where is the switch?
- The father whipped his child with a switch.
- In his hand he held a switch which was as supple as a vine-shoot and as heavy as iron.
- No, hold it a second, switch that to roast chicken.
- Our glasses have been switched--this is mine.
- Nobody wants to switch back to the old system.
- Do you mind if I switch the radio off?
- The train was switching.
- He used to smoke this brand of cigarettes, but he switched.
- Don't switch the light.
- They are switching the tram.
- When will the high-up switch Tony and Denis?
- They kept switching meeting places.
- They switched positions.
- He is always switching jobs.
- They switched sides.
- They switched the conversation when she came in.
- His mind switched direction.
- His father switched him when he was disobedient.
- He switched his horse to make it go faster.
- switch back (v.+adv.)
改而恢复原办法 change one's plans so as to return (to someone or sth else)
The system doesn't work too well, so we may have to switch back.
- switch from (v.+prep.)
使…转变〔转移〕 (cause to) move or change from (someone or sth) (to someone or sth else)
switch from sth to sth
In Japan,Lu Hsun switched from medicine to literature.
- switch off (v.+adv.)
使…停止谈话 stop (someone) talking
switch sth ⇔ off
Don't forget to switch off the lights when you leave the classroom.
He switched off the light as there was no one in the room.
When the clock struck twelve,I switched off TV and went to bed.
Adden switched off the radio and started to concentrate on his homework.
Make sure the current is switched off at the mains before you leave on holiday.
The students started to switch off after the first speech.
The lecture was so boring that I switched off very soon.
The boy often switches off in class so that he never gets good mark in exam.
那个男孩上课经常走神,所以从来没得过好成绩。switch sb ⇔ off
The party was so dull that it switched him off.
Parties switched me on, but they seemed to switch her off.
聚会使我兴奋,但似乎使她扫兴。switch sb ⇔ off
Switch that fellow off!
- switch on (v.+adv.)
(使)感兴趣,兴奋 (cause to) become interested or excitedThese parties switch him on, but they seemed to switch her off.这些社交聚会使他兴致勃勃,但似乎使她扫兴。
- switch out (v.+adv.)
关上 cause (an electric light) to stop burning
switch sth ⇔ out
Please switch out all lights as you leave the building.
- switch over (v.+adv.)
(使)变换,转换 (cause to) make a complete change (to sth else)
You can switch over from one circuit to another without any difficulty.
你可以毫无困难地从一个电路转换到另一个电路。switch sth ⇔ over
The power machine will be switched over at midnight.
We switch over?I'd like to sit in the sun, too.
咱们换换位置好吗?我也想晒晒太阳。switch sth ⇔ over
If you switch the words over, the sentence sounds better.
如果你把这几个词调换一下位置,这句子听起来就好多了。switch over to sth
In 1971 Britain switched over to decimal money.
Many factories are switching over to a shorter working week.
We are switching over to a new technique next year.
我们将在明年改用一种新技术。switch sth ⇔ over to sth
The chairman decided to switch the factory over to bicycle production.
- switch round (v.+adv.)
调换位置 (cause to) exchange place
Can we switch round?I'd like to sit in the sun, too.
If you switch the words round, the sentence sounds better.
- switch to (v.+prep.)
转换 (cause to) move or change (from someone or sth) to (someone or sth else)
switch to sth/v-ing
He got tired of teaching and switched to writing stories.
We used to have coal fires, but now we have switched to gas.
I don't like this TV programme, let's switch to another one.
I would like now to switch to quite a different subject.
现在我想换一个完全不同的话题。switch sb/sth to sb/sth
Don't hang up, please. I'll switch you to my boss.
He switched the control-lever to “off” position.
Let's switch the discussion to another topic.
They switched the discussion to an argument.
It is time to switch the talks to a different subject.
They switched the conversation to a less embarrassing subject.
She switched her support to the other candidate.
- switch away 拿回来
- switch off 关,截断
- switch off the radio 关掉收音机
- switch on 开,接通,使入迷
- switch on the light 开灯
- switch over 换位置,转换
- switch round 转过来
- switch through 转接
- switch back to 回复到
- switch off to another line of thought 改变想法〔思路〕
- switch out of 从…抢走
- switch over to offensive 转入进攻
To cut off the heads of some nettles..with his switch.出自： J. Austen
Nelly switched her little fish-cart downwards to St. Ronan's Well.出自： Sir W. Scott
We heard him switching his boots as he passed along the street.出自： R. M. Ballantyne