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game-changing

adj
having the potential to change significantly the outcome of something
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He added that the Duterte administration will also leave behind functional game-changing infrastructure projects such as the North Luzon and South Luzon Expressway connection, Skyway Stage 3, and the Mega Manila Subway.
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