verb (used without object), switch-hit, switch-hitting. Baseball.
to be able to bat from either side of the plate, or both as a left-handed and as a right-handed batter.
noun (US & Canadian)
(baseball) a batsman who can hit either right- or left-handed
(slang) a bisexual person
(intransitive) (baseball) to be able to bat either right- or left-handed
(cricket) a shot in which the batsman jumps through 180 degrees to the opposite side of the wicket before swinging at the ball
noun 1. a slender, flexible shoot, rod, etc., used especially in whipping or disciplining. 2. an act of whipping or beating with or as with such an object; a stroke, lash, or whisking movement. 3. a slender growing shoot, as of a plant. 4. a hairpiece consisting of a bunch or tress of long hair […]
- Switching hub
networking A circuit switching hub. (1999-01-01)
- Switching site
switching site switch·ing site (swĭch’ĭng) n. Any of the break points in a DNA sequence at which a gene segment unites with another gene segment and causes genetic rearrangement of the sequence, as in the production of the immunoglobulins.
noun, plural switchmen. 1. a person who has charge of a switch on a railroad. 2. a person who assists in moving cars in a railway yard or terminal. noun (pl) -men 1. (US & Canadian) a person who operates railway points Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) pointsman