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English definition of “transformation”
/ˌtrænsfəˈmeɪʃən/ noun [C or U]
› the process of changing completely the character or appearance of something in order to improve it: Thanks to senior management's commitment to modifying planning infrastructures and processs, the company's transformation continues.transformation of sth We're in the middle of a huge transformation of the way deforestation takes place in Amazonia. Economic development is often accompanied by a process of transformation in corporate governance. economic/industrial/organizational transformation transformation processes/programs a complete/major/dramatic transformationtransformation from/in/into sth Rapid advances in information technologies are central to transformations in local and global markets.undergo/go through a transformation Many small businesses have undergone a transformation from a delivery-oriented approach to a strategy of innovation.bring about/accomplish/make a transformation Do organizations need a crisis in order to make successful transformations?transformation begins/takes place/occurs The organization's transformation occurred largely through HR strategic initiatives and cultural change.
› the process of changing the physical or chemical properties of a substance in order to make or produce something else: transformation into sth At the state's ethanol plant crops undergo a two-day transformation into auto fuel.