Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) a significant event/object/product that changes the course of things
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a game-changer in the industry
This is a great term to use for new technology, for example, or even if your favourite team signs a great new player. If you think things are going to get better - and more difficult for the competition - then you're dealing with a game-changer. This is suitable for social or professional contexts, but you're more likely to hear it in a professional situation.
Social Examples (Basic)
Using video playbacks to assist in making referee calls was a game-changer in sports.
Using a virtual assistant at home was a complete game-changer for me, I used it to order shopping, play music and to manage my schedule.
Professional Examples (Basic)
Theinvention of smartphones was a game-changer in the technology industry.
For 20 years, our company has been at the forefront of innovation, manufacturing all of the major game-changers in communication technology.
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