Examples of switcheroo in a Sentence
They changed to a different system without telling anyone that they had pulled a switcheroo.
Recent Examples of switcheroo from the Web
So if the mayor actually comes up with express train legislation, how about pulling a switcheroo?
Twitter even inevitably came up with a wild theory instantly, guessing the royal family had undertaken a switcheroo straight out of the Stepford Wives.
After the show wrapped, Luyendyk made a switcheroo, broke up with Kufrin and reunited with his No.
Now that’s certainly a switcheroo from the 2010 and 2014 midterms, when the shift to likely voter screens usually boosted GOP margins.
Whatever the reason, Wall Street didn’t seem impressed with the switcheroo. Snap shares closed down almost 7% on Wednesday.
This big switcheroo irritated a sizable number of viewers.
Leah’s Sweet Treats space When a bakery closes, a doughnut shop opens — at least in the case of a sweet switcheroo between Leah’s Sweet Treats and Dough Boy Donuts.
Of course, there are some instances when the dress switcheroo is more of a practical decision—Kendall Jenner wrangled the massive train of her Giambattista Valli haute couture gown at the Golden Globes this year for more functional reasons.
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Definition of switcheroo for English Language Learners
: an unexpected or secret change
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