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switch [swɪʧ] n
commun. levetta f
comp., MS opzione m (In operating systems such as MS-DOS, an argument used to control the execution of a command or an application, typically starting with a slash character (/))
transp., tech., construct. deviatoio m; scambio m
switch [swɪʧ] v
gen. verga di nocciolo; commutare
agric. fiocco della coda
CNC inseritore; sezionatore
commun. pulsante; diodo di commutazione
commun., IT centralina
comp., MS passare (To change the modality of a conversation from, say, voice call to video, starting from a pop-up notification); cambia (To change the modality of a conversation from, say, voice call to video, starting from a pop-up notification); interruttore (A circuit element that has two states, on and off)
econ. compensazione triangolare
econ., engl. switch
el. contattore
el.mach. commutatore
industr., construct. interruttore
IT deviatore
mun.plan. treccia
nat.sc., agric. nappa
railw., sec.sys. ago
transp., tech., construct. telaio degli aghi
switching ['swɪʧɪŋ] v
mech.eng. manovra di scambio
med. commutazione
transp. servizio di manovra; manovra
transp., mil., grnd.forc. smistamento
to switch [swɪʧ] v
commun., el. funzionare
el. innestare; allacciare; collegare
mechanical switch [swɪʧ] v
PSP interruttore di manovra meccanico
switch circuit [swɪʧ] v
telegr. centrale a commutazione di circuito
switch in a switching network [swɪʧ] v
telecom. organo di selezione
switch message [swɪʧ] v
telegr. centrale a commutazione di messaggio
 English thesaurus
switches n
IT Typically associated as a data link layer device, switches enable local area network LAN segments to be created and interconnected, which has the added benefit of reducing collision domains in Ethernet-based networks.
switch [swɪʧ] abbr.
abbr. switchblade knife
abbr., electr.eng. three-pole; sw&d
abbr., IT sw
mil., logist. The switch allows one to connect pieces of equipment or concentrators to the remaining part of the network and it makes the road to direct the data towards the network section where the intended piece of equipment is located. In this way, it allows one to better manage the data flow than the concentrator does. (FRA)
SWiTCH [swɪʧ] v
med. Stroke With Transfusions Changing to Hydroxyurea (iwona)
SWITCH [swɪʧ] abbr.
abbr., chem., scient. Sulphur
switch: 1304 phrases in 48 subjects
Agriculture15
Antennas and waveguides4
Astronautics2
Automated equipment9
Chemistry1
Coal1
Commerce1
Communications171
Computer numerical control4
Computers1
Construction3
Earth sciences115
Economics1
Electric machinery1
Electric traction6
Electrical engineering16
Electricity generation5
Electronics306
Energy industry5
Finances17
General28
Health care1
Industry16
Information technology180
Labor law3
Lighting other than cinema1
Loading equipment1
Materials science8
Measuring instruments9
Mechanic engineering101
Metallurgy10
Microsoft16
Municipal planning9
Natural sciences2
Patents1
Politics1
Power electronics3
Power system protection12
Rail transport6
Scientific1
Social science1
Statistics1
Technology15
Telecommunications5
Textile industry1
Thermal Energy3
Transformers2
Transport183