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changeover

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchangeoverchange‧o‧ver /ˈtʃeɪndʒˌəʊvə $ -ˌoʊvər/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 CHANGE/BECOME DIFFERENTa change from one activity, system, or way of working to anotherchangeover (from something) to something 🔊 a changeover from military to civilian government
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changeoverIn the abstract we used only the numbers from the last six weeks of each treatment period to avoid a changeover effect.He has now agreed to extend his changeover period to eight years in line with the Government-backed ban.It was almost time for the morning changeover, and normally he would wait until Bowman joined him on the control deck.The country faces rising unemployment as it prepares for the painful changeover to a market economy.There is a regular changeover between individuals in the performance of this activity.Disorder took place at the Assembly meetings held before and after the changeover.The council made many of the necessary arrangements for the changeover and told pupils which schools they would be going to.If a Federal Communications Commission deadline stands, the changeover from analog to digital television will be complete by 2006.If successful, the changeover would take place next January.changeover (from something) to somethingThere was to be no pause for reflection, nor - much less - for a changeover from military to civilian rule.Current spikes at changeover from reverse to forward bias are a particular source of trouble.This foot changeover has to be repeated hundreds of times before any kind of perfection is achieved.He has now agreed to extend his changeover period to eight years in line with the Government-backed ban.Computerisation By the time this note appears, the changeover from manual to computerised records and supporting data should have been completed.If a Federal Communications Commission deadline stands, the changeover from analog to digital television will be complete by 2006.At this early stage, will the Minister say how, in practical terms, the changeover is to take place?
From Longman Business Dictionarychangeoverchange‧o‧ver /ˈtʃeɪndʒˌəʊvə-ˌoʊvər/ noun [countable] a change from one system or way of doing something to anotherPrices rose in Germany during the changeover from Deutschmarks to Euros.
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