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The example sentences of SWEEPING CHANGES in videos (2 in total of 2)

a determiner lot noun, singular or mass harder adjective, comparative to to enact verb, base form broad adjective sweeping noun, singular or mass changes noun, plural because preposition or subordinating conjunction they personal pronoun forego verb, non-3rd person singular present total adjective power noun, singular or mass when wh-adverb they personal pronoun do verb, non-3rd person singular present n't adverb
shooting proper noun, singular for preposition or subordinating conjunction these determiner large adjective , sweeping verb, gerund or present participle changes noun, plural at preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner beginning verb, gerund or present participle of preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner year noun, singular or mass can modal set verb, base form you personal pronoun up preposition or subordinating conjunction

Use "sweeping changes" in a sentence | "sweeping changes" example sentences

How to use "sweeping changes" in a sentence?

  • There's a difference between making incremental improvements and making sweeping changes that take you away from your core values.
    -Tony Dungy-

English idiom

What does "sweeping changes" mean?
"sweeping changes" is an English idiom. Meaning "Extreme and far-reaching changes."

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