Meaning of TRANSFORMATION in English

TRANSFORMATION

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ amazing , complete , dramatic , fundamental , magical , major , miraculous , profound , radical , remarkable , revolutionary , startling , total

▪ subtle

▪ gradual

▪ immediate , instant , rapid , sudden

▪ cultural , economic , historical , institutional ( esp. AmE ), intellectual , personal , physical , political , social , spiritual , structural , technological

… OF TRANSFORMATIONS

▪ series

VERB + TRANSFORMATION

▪ go through , undergo

The way we work has undergone a radical ~ in the past decade.

▪ make

He was struggling to make the ~ from single man to responsible husband.

▪ achieve , bring about , carry out , cause , effect , lead to

Going to college brought about a dramatic ~ in her outlook.

▪ accelerate

▪ complete

▪ witness

TRANSFORMATION + VERB

▪ begin

▪ happen , occur , take place

A startling cultural ~ occurred in post-war Britain.

TRANSFORMATION + NOUN

▪ process

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ from

The ~ from disused docks into cultural venue took three years.

▪ ~ in

This decision marked a fundamental ~ in policy.

▪ ~ into

Japan's ~ into an economic superpower

▪ ~ to

Russia's ~ to a market economy

PHRASES

▪ a/the process of ~

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