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
Many of these mezcal transplants work surprisingly well, given the volatile flavors of the spirit; the mezcal Negroni is an easy and felicitous switcheroo.
The quickest restaurant switcheroo in recent Detroit dining history is also proving to be one of the most short-lived.
The city of Atlanta has been quietly trying to pull the switcheroo on this historic area by killing off a tax scheme meant to help redevelopment.
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.
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Definition of switcheroo for English Language Learners
: an unexpected or secret change
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