changer : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a person who changes something
an inveterate changer of the menu
- n an automatic mechanical device on a record player that causes new records to be played without manual intervention
- He's interested in not simply how products are marketed, but also how people sell themselves and their ideas, and how new technology can be a game-changer.
- If your receiver supports text but not six-disc changers, there are ways to install a text-only interface.
- In Florida media avail, the Arizona Senator suggests Obama's "Fox News Sunday" comments are a bit of a game changer.
- Greg Nickels in Washington Post
I think the Ballmer group stepping forward was a game-changer for us,Nickels said.
- Barack Obama in Washington Post
You know, there are those who were saying that North Carolina would be a game-changer in this election,Obama told a roaring crowd in Raleigh, NC, on Tuesday night, referring to Clinton's hope that an upset there would recast the race in her...
- Kevin Durant in The Associated Press
I think he's going to be a game-changer for us, and I'm very excited to add him to our team,Durant said of Aldrich while watching the draft in person in New York. "I'm looking forward to next season."