a sea change meaning

  "a sea change" in a sentence
  • [American slang]
    Fig. a major change or transformation.
       This is not the time for a sea change in our manufacturing division. There are too many orders at the moment.


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  1. shaw's novel has undergone quite a sea change
  2. these days, personal ads have aundergone a sea change, growing more numerous
  3. 13 . we have therefore seen a sea change in the way in which governments approach economic management
  4. And perhaps we are witnessing a sea change in investor attitudes.
  5. And somehow this new route of infection signals a sea change.

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