“Switch” in the news
|decided to switch|
|made the switch|
Publications and example sentences
· Australia shows how policy can stifle renewable energy future →
In theory it's hard to find a country more suited to switching to renewable power than Australia, given its long hours of sunshine for solar power and extensive coastline suitable for wind power developments.
· Tight or stiff from sitting? Try these simple stretches →
Hold the stretch for five breaths, inhale to centre, switch your hands, exhale and bend to the left.
· Short film Out features Pixar's first gay main character →
In a magical turn of events worthy of The Shaggy Dog (1959), Greg and Jim temporarily switch bodies.
· Last Chance To Board The Microsoft Train →
Amongst other things, the company has managed to increase revenue thanks to the switch to Office and Word’s subscription-based systems.
· Arista Networks: Free Cash Flow To Drive The Stock Back To $300 →
Data centers that previously utilized 100G switches will inevitably have to upgrade to 400G, to keep up with the demand.
· The World’s First Animal Crossing Fashion Show Is Here →
Can we kiss dreams of Milan Fashion Week goodbye and instead pray we can find a Nintendo Switch?
· Shopify Is Taking The E-Commerce World By Storm →
Ensuring that the pillars of the business are all within Shopify ecosystem will make it hard and inconvenient for businesses to switch to the competition.
· House music: classical critics' watching and listening picks →
Switching on BBC Radio 3, but missing the beginning of a piece, is one kind of random.
· McBride: A European COVID-19 Winner, But Basic Challenges Remain →
Against that, however, if there is a prolonged economic downturn, belt-tightening shoppers are more likely to switch from branded products to private label, which boosts McBride's prospects.
· 'Landscape painter of stirring genius': call for Joan Eardley centenary →
Eardley made an abrupt switch from portraiture to landscapes after spending time on the north-east coast while convalescing from mumps.