Definition of bank-switch in English:

bank-switch

verb

Computing
  • with object To switch from (one set of memory chips) to another in order to increase the amount of memory usable by a system; to design or build with bank switching.

Origin

1970s; earliest use found in Electronic Design. From bank + switch, after bank switching.

Pronunciation

bank-switch

/ˌbaŋkˈswɪtʃ/