game changer

Idiom Definition

Idiom Definition - game changer

"game changer"

an new idea, process or procedure that significantly changes how something is thought about or done


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - game changer

Two colleagues are talking ...

Colleague 1:  What if the cooler doors were video screens?  We could use them for some pretty amazing advertising.

Colleague 2:  That sounds like a game changer.  I wonder how it would increase sales.

Colleague 1:  Let's start putting the numbers together.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - game changer

Two scientists are talking ...

Scientist 1:  I think I've discovered a simple do-it-yourself method to use bacteria to create gasoline from waste products.

Scientist 2: That is definitely a game-changer.

Scientist 1:  And it is so simple that people can do it at home in their basements. It will change the world.

game changer - Usage:


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game changer - Gerund Form:

There is no gerund form for game changer.

game changer - Examples:

1)  Well, we got something real big, a real game changer. What are we talking about here? You'll see.

2)  ... innovation programs, the progress that's being made with personalized learning is a game changer.

3)  From my perspective, our use of Twitter has been a game changer

4)  .... there was nothing there that made you excited that we had a game changer to shake things up if/when we needed it.

5)  Will China's leadership shuffle be a game changer?

6)  ... ground in the chemicals industry has pretty much accepted that shale gas is a game changer for North American chemicals for the next 10 years.

7)  The game changer is in the rapid adoption of image-sharing social media ...

8)  A quantum computer will be a game changer in a lot of ways, and certainly with respect to computer security.

9)  I believe the iPhone 5 launch will be a game changer for Sprint, officially marking the turning point for the company and moving it back ...

10)  But it appears too qualified to be a lasting game changer.

11)  It was a big gaffe, but its not the big game changer that some people seem to think.

12)  So Windows 8 is not a game changer in the way that you described the transition from DOS to Windows ...

13)  For enterprise, Windows to Go is a massive game changer as is the flexibility to create Metro apps that will work on a variety of ...

14)  Facebook has been a game changer. The growth in 7 years is amazing.

15)  Bohr's discovery was a game changer. And with this new picture of the atom, Bohr and his colleagues found ...

16)  The iPhone was a game changer essentially revolutionizing the way we connect with the world.

17)  It is a game changer, and dynamics definitely shift.

18)  Kurdish self-determination would be a game changer, particularly in view of the fact that Israel maintains good relations with the Kurds ...

19)  Could this be a game changer for engaging, effective teaching? New handbook demonstrates the effectiveness of integrating games ...

20)  A handful of companies like this could ease our dependence on OIL and be game changer on how plastic will be handled in the future.