change over to


: to go (from one system, method, etc.) to (another)
It will take a week to change over from the old computer network to the new one.

Examples of change over to in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web And this: The 1997 Accord continued to sell so well that a lengthy plant shutdown to change over to 1998 production left some dealers Accord-less. Steven Cole Smith, Car and Driver, 13 July 2023 But Maryland hopes to change over to billing insurance companies soon, according to Amber Beitelshees, one of the people heading up the Maryland effort. Dina Fine Maron, Scientific American, 17 May 2016 That light rain will increase and gradually mix with, and then change over to snow by the afternoon. Dallas News, 10 Jan. 2021 National Weather Service offices in Norton said the storm system will arrive Wednesday afternoon with snow but will change over to rain during the night. John R. Ellement,, 24 Jan. 2023 The cold front is going to bring a blast of arctic air along with it, and the departing rain could mix with or change over to snow for areas generally north of Interstate 20, according to the weather service. Leigh Morgan, al, 9 Mar. 2022 Areas like Leesburg and Frederick could see a few inches but should also change over to ice before more significant snowfall might occur. Washington Post, 15 Jan. 2022 The storm will warm up the air to 40 degrees, causing the snow to change over to rain Monday. Kaitlin McCallum,, 14 Jan. 2022 By the afternoon, temperatures will have warmed enough for any frozen precipitation to change over to just rain. oregonlive, 13 Jan. 2022 See More

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“Change over to.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 21 Feb. 2024.

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