Definition of transformational
: of, relating to, characterized by, or concerned with transformation and especially linguistic transformation
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History will credit Curry for changing the way basketball was played—with his insane range and three-point accuracy—and now that transformational ability will be properly rewarded with a life-changing, record-setting contract.
Be prepared for a big shift Sunday when your two co-rulers, determined Mars and transformational Pluto, form a rare opposition.
The first was to attribute the change to a transformational personal experience.
The Maritime Silk Road trade, which occurred between A.D. 700 to 1450, connected Europeans, Asians and Africans in a global trade that was both transformational and foundational.
Proud to follow the transformational leadership of @jeffimmelt — John Flannery (@JohnFlannery_GE) June 12, 2017 GE shares rose more than 4 percent in premarket trading following the morning announcement.
This is a transformational moment for the city of Middletown.
And that's because, despite the public statements about having low expectations of the Trump administration, there remains some hope in Moscow that this can still be a transformational relationship.
As the principal helming the world's leading video sharing site, Wojcicki's influence — both on video sharing's transformational impact and as an employment practices model for other companies — is mighty.
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