Definition of transformational in English:

transformational

Line breaks: trans¦form|ation¦al
Pronunciation: /transfəˈmeɪʃ(ə)n(ə)l
 
, trɑːns-, -nz-/

adjective

  • 1Relating to or involving transformation or transformations.
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    • He is an amiable establishmentarian who finds himself with the opportunity to effect transformational change, and who is seizing that opportunity and pushing the system to its limits.
    • The factors behind it relate to a positive culture and transformational leadership.
    • Bills of Rights are transformational documents that convert the occasional practice of free speech into a lexicon of necessity for journalists, lawyers, academics and citizens.
  • 1.1Relating to transformational grammar.
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    • He offered an analysis of film structure founded on Chomsky's transformational linguistics but inspired few followers.

Derivatives

transformationally

adverb
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  • All right, since you ask: he was arguing against deriving supplementary relative clauses transformationally from coordinations.
  • For transformationally driven decisions, this will also include summaries of their dreams and desires - how the brand will transform them.
  • In the six paths and throughout the ten directions he transformationally creates bodies in response to what is appropriate, and thereby goes about transforming beings.

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