Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
To make a switch means to make a change from one thing to another ward to begin using something which is different or start doing something in a different way. "We made the switch to renewable energy and saved ourselves over €200 a year." To make the change has a similar meaning of beginning to use a different system or doing something different me to the way you might usually do it. "I made the change to a vegan diet and have felt more energetic and strong." To make a transition means to make social, legal or medical changes or can refer to the process by which change happens. "We are making a transition to cashless transactions in all of our stores."