[ UK /t‍ʃˈe‍ɪnd‍ʒə‍ʊvɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃeɪnˌdʒoʊvɝ/ ]
  1. an event that results in a transformation
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How To Use changeover In A Sentence

  • This increase may partly be due to the changeover to metric.
  • Changeover of mechanism of battalion alreadylook forward to and enterprise reform had very great progress.
  • The changeover to the euro has been a resounding success for those countries and their citizens.
  • His diplomatic approach and concern for the staff ensured a smooth changeover.
  • The rollout, which is being billed as the biggest UK financial changeover since decimalisation, will happen simultaneously across the country and not region by region.
  • The same changeover from a basic rate payer to a zero payer turns each £100 into £125.
  • Mr. Uebber said Daimler's fourth-quarter Ebit from ongoing business is expected to be "significantly higher" than last year, though earnings at the Mercedes-Benz Cars unit are expected to be flat on a year-to-year basis in the fourth quarter as material costs and model changeovers offset higher sales volume. Daimler's Net Falls 16%
  • Unlike with the active technology, a rapid changeover in ongoing operations is not conceivable here.
  • The traditional tallymen who have been rendered redundant by the changeover to electronic voting will be welcome at the count, according to Mr Murphy, but their day in the sun will have altered inalienably.
  • But the changeover period has resulted in extra debts and seen further spending on cars and the new kitchen. Times, Sunday Times
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