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step change

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Definition of step change in English:

noun

(In business or politics) a significant change in policy or attitude, especially one that results in an improvement or increase.
Example sentences
  • There has been a step change in politics in this country since the war on Iraq, and the movement against it.
  • The Commission says the Government's 10-year transport plan - published last year - offers ‘long awaited focus on integrated policies and a step change in levels of investment’.
  • We look at companies that are looking to raise capital to fund a step change in their business.

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