Definitions for "Switch"
Keywords:  hub, destined, multiport, packet, pbx
A device for shifting an electric current to another circuit, or for making and breaking a circuit.
To shift to another circuit.
A device that directs network traffic. A Layer 2 switch operates like a bridge a Layer 3 switch like a router.
A movable part of a rail; or of opposite rails, for transferring cars from one track to another.
To turn from one railway track to another; to transfer by a switch; -- generally with off, from, etc.; as, to switch off a train; to switch a car from one track to another.
a fork or siding shunt in a railroad; the area around the mechanical track switch of the railroad; sometimes a crew shanty or railroad building was located at the switch; with the removal of old railroads, switch place names are often not understood by non-railroad people: Sand Switch (the area at the former railroad near the Sewanee Silica Plant toward Monteagle).
Keywords:  trick, fakie, backward, riding, jump
changing from one stance to the other while in place. Can involve jumping in place, or the feet stepping forward or back to meet and then swap places.
Any trick where the take off or landing is backward
Facing the direction of travel while riding backward
Keywords:  dom, bush, punish, sub, enjoys
a thin, flexible rod, usually wooden, used to punish the ass of a bad boy; frequently, the boy, under a man's supervision, must cut the switch from a bush or tree which will be used to discipline him.
One who enjoys being EITHER top or bottom, dom or sub.
Keywords:  pbx, telephone, tspi, mtx, mtso
Telecommunications equipment which controls the routing of transmission signals entering and leaving a central office or a toll office. On customer premises, a PBX functions as a private switch that links various phone extensions to each other and to the outside world.
A system used to control routing of transmission signals entering and leaving a central office.
A short form designating any variety of telephone switching systems.
To change the executive control of the body from one alter-identity to another in a person with DID.
A secret exchange of one object for another. (Book 1)
Indicates an attacker is changing from one aircraft to another. zum Men
Noun) One who enacts both dominant and submissive tendencies. Usually refers to a person who is balanced between both natural tendencies, and is capable of going in any direction under conducive circumstances. (Everyone is a Switch; though most are in denial of this.) This does not imply that the Switch can be easily manipulated into "switching". Most Switches are more powerful both as dominants and as submissives because they do not fear or avoid one side or the other and are usually very clear about what they are doing while they are doing it. Switches are the most emotionally mature and balanced of all BDSM&F performers.
A person that switches from dominant to submissive from scene to scene or within a scene
One who enjoys switching roles between being Dominant and submissive.
One of a number of parameters that may be set for Unix tool programs, each specifying special instructions (e.g, with the sort tool, sort -rn specifies everse umeric sort). Each program has its own unique array of possible switches, invoked on the command-line before arguments, using a switch prefix (normally minus sign "-") before the individual letters indicating the switch settings, thus resembling clitics on the command verb. May be set by menu or checkbox in a GUI. Also called options or preferences.
An instruction, added to a command, that designates a course of action, other than default, for the command process to follow.
A command switch is an option that a command uses to change what it's doing and how it's doing it. Most switches are specified starting with a slash (/) or a hyphen (-), followed by a single letter.
Changing defensive responsibilities to assist a teammate who has been beaten by his/her offensive counterpart, or to better match up on the basis of size or speed.
A defending player will call for a teammate to switch on the respecitve people that they are guarding.
When teammates exchange defensive assignments during play.
Other music artists have produced albums or songs named Switch, for alternatives see the disambiguation page.
"Switch" is a single released in 2005 by Will Smith from his album Lost & Found.
Switch is the 11th studio album by the Australian rock band INXS. It was released on November 29 2005. It is notable for being the first album recorded with new lead singer J.D.
It is a system component in the worldwide electronic distribution infrastructure which serves as a link between all GDSs and the CRSs of a hotel chain. The switch transfers data (primarily rates and availabilities) from the CRSs to the GDSs and back. Reservation data are being sent from the GDSs through the switch company to the hotel CRS. Only two systems are available: Wizcom by Cendant and Ultraswitch by Pegasus.
SWITCH is a Mexican music magazine published by Editorial Premiere.
Switch was a Romanian LGBT magazine published by the Cluj-Napoca-based organisation Be An Angel. The magazine was the successor to Angelicuss, the country's first LGBT magazine. Switch had 40 pages and was distributed free of charge.
Switch is a 1991 film by Blake Edwards. Ellen Barkin plays a sexist, chauvinist man who is murdered and reincarnated as a beautiful woman.
Switch (Devon Alomar) is a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe created as part of the antithetical group for X-Force—the Hellions.
"Switch" is a single by the English electronic music band Fluke. It is the band's last official single using the alias Fluke to date although it has been followed by the white label vinyl release Bullet 2005 which does not appear to be an official "on-label" release by the band.
Switch is an R&B/funk band formed in Mansfield, OH in 1975. At the time, they called themselves First Class. Jermaine Jackson, former member of the Jackson 5, discovered the band shortly thereafter and they were promply signed to the Motown Records subsidiary Gordy.
Keywords:  fpx, hchavez, hector, whoops, htm
to IE and view the page hector16.htm. Whoops! Something odd happened to the image when was converted! It got very tiny! Perhaps FPX is not always the best format converter for your images. (If your browser's cache already contains the file hchavez.gif, the browser may not look for it again. In that case you will see the correct size image.)
Keywords:  rod, inflexible, birching, twig, paddle
A small, flexible twig or rod.
To strike with a switch or small flexible rod; to whip.
A switch is a flexible rod, typically used for corporal punishment of the birching type, called switching after it, especially when using a single branch: multiple branches are rather called a rod, a less flexible single rod is rather called a cane, an inflexible one a stick; a paddle is broader but hard and flattened.
Trading procedure during which a futures contract is liquidated while simultaneously establishing the same position for a more distant contract month.
Offsetting a position in one delivery month of a commodity or financial instrument and simultaneous initiation of a similar position in another delivery month of the same commodity or financial instrument, a tactic referred to as "rolling forward." See Arbitrage.
The position a rider is in when his opposite foot is forward. For example, a dominant left-foot-forward rider would be riding switch if he was approaching the wake right-foot-forward.
Switch is a UK debit card payment scheme. Once an issuer has joined Switch, it can issue cards which will be accepted at any outlet showing the Switch logo. Similarly, cardholders can use Switch cards to make payments in any shop displaying the logo. Back to the Top
Switch was a debit card used in the United Kingdom. It was a sister of the Solo debit card. Switch was launched in 1988 by Midland Bank, National Westminster Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland.
At the end of cast-call the entertainment director shouts "switch!" and cast members move from the audience benches to the stage. The director (or a designated conductor) stands on an audience bench to lead them in singing a mass rendition of Swing Low, Sweet Chariot.
To exchange one item for another that appears to be identical, without the audience being aware that anything has changed.
When a person trades places in a SM role or physical play. Switch Hitter Slang for a bisexual person.
people who play either the top or bottom role (sadist or masochist).
In the field of human sexuality, a switch is someone who chooses to change from one sexual role to another; the act of doing so is called switching.
The switch is the fundamental unit of data-taking in an observation. For example in a JIGGLE/MAP or PHOTOM observation each chunk of jiggle positions measured with the object in the beam of a telescope is a switch. Each scan across the source in a SCAN/MAP observation is also a switch.
Keywords:  magician, spoil, wand, spare, fashioned
Subject of the old-fashioned phrase, "Spare the wand, spoil the magician."
The gray icons which appear below the whiteboard and enable the tutor or teacher to turn features off and on by shift-clicking.
Shifting weight from one foot to the other in a rapid sliding movement
This subcommand updates your working copy to mirror a new URL; usually a URL which shares a common ancestor with your working copy. It is the Subversion way to move a working copy to a new branch.
Switch is a 1994 remix EP by Schaft. Switch is a companion release to Switchblade, which is where the original versions of the remixes come from.
Keywords:  hunt, dog, mark, leave, remembered
to leave the area of one mark after hunting for it and go to another, more easily remembered mark.
A dog is sent to mark, establishes a hunt, then leaves that area and establishes a hunt in the area of another fall.
verb] To be both spanker and recipient in spanking play, or [noun] one whose spanking orientation is that of both spanker and recipient.
1) one who is both a and a bottom in the leather sense, and switches back and forth 2) one who is butch sometimes and femme sometimes, and andro sometimes
A reversal executed by bottom man by applying leverage near the opponent's shoulder and sitting out to side.
Keywords:  whisk, swing, cane
To swing or whisk; as, to switch a cane.
Keywords:  quad, input, actuate, output, poles
An active RF component which switches a single input between one or more outputs. RF switches are characterized by their number of poles (switches) and throws (outputs).
Connecting one input to one output. Also known as actuate.
A switch will take multiple camera inputs and will show them on the monitor one at a time. Unlike a quad it will not display them all at once, instead it sequences through them showing one camera at a time.
An electronic monstrosity that converts the "pseudo" numbers (or camera numbers) into "call" numbers.
This is similar to swap but is more complex in that it can include different currencies, rates of interest and loan terms.
See Deposit Swap
Keywords:  rocker, dip, slide, plastic, circuits
On a system board, switches control various circuits or functions in your system. These switches are known as DIP switches; they are normally packaged in groups of two or more switches in a plastic case. Two common DIP switches are used on system boards: slide switches and rocker switches. The names of the switches are based on how the settings (on and off) of the switches are changed.
The highly advanced computer hardware and software operated by EBSG® for the purpose of transmitting items and messages through the system.
The act of establishing a new alternate path as the path to be used for a given pathgroup. Note that switching does not change the primary path.
This is the term almost universally applied to changing lenders at the end of a term, when the mortgage becomes "open". Most lenders will now pay all of the costs of a "switch." (as well as giving them a reduced rate to lure them away from a competitor)
Keywords:  hedge, trim
To trim, as, a hedge.
Keywords:  scissors, attacking, move, players, two
a "scissors" move between two attacking players.
A statement that allows one of several blocks of code to be executed based on an expression value matching with a case within the switch statement.
A Java keyword used to evaluate a variable that can later be matched with a value specified by the case keyword in order to execute a group of statements.
Keywords:  walk, jerk
To walk with a jerk.
Add hold, indicator lights, conferencing, etc.
Keywords:  electrical, pulse, flow, width, break
Stops or starts the flow of electricity.
Switches are used to either pass or block an electrical signal. A major type of switch is a switching regulator that is used in pulse width modulators.
Electrical on/off switch used directly in wiring to control, by make or break, the flow of current.
In simple terms, the sale of one security and the purchase of another. Brokers often advise investors to switch between stocks which share similar characteristics (for instance, they may be members of the same sector), but one of which is more attractively valued.
Keywords:  jute, worn, resemble, mass, trees
A separate mass or trees of hair, or of some substance (at jute) made to resemble hair, worn on the head by women.
Anything which initiates a stress reaction.
Selling stocks or bonds to replace them with other stocks and bonds with better prospects for gain or higher yields.
This is when two defenders exchange the offensive players that they are marking.
Keywords:  construct
as in the C construct.
To transfer an existing mortgage from one financial institution to another. We can have this arranged for you at no cost to you.
Keywords:  sequence, around, order, new, change
Change over, change around, as to a new order or sequence.
Keywords:  option, see
See option switch.