Meaning of game-changing in English:



See game changer

‘They weren't planning to be disruptive or game-changing.’
  • ‘The Senate will hold its game-changing vote on health care reform on the morning of Christmas Eve.’
  • ‘Microsoft is calling it a new "game-changing" entertainment experience.’
  • ‘I agree with Obama that this is a potentially game-changing election.’
  • ‘Do not underestimate the game-changing nature of pushing more and more of the architectural complexity to the cloud.’