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  *新* | 新* | *新
new / newly / meso- (chemistry)
  *旧* | 旧* | *旧
old / opposite: new / former / worn (with age)
innovation / to bring forth new ideas / to blaze new trails
to replace the old with new / to renew / to renovate / to upgrade / to update / to regenerate
to break new ground (for agriculture) / to open up (a new seam) / to develop (border regions) / fig. to open up (new horizons)
to withdraw the mandate of heaven (and transition to a new dynasty) (original meaning) / revolution / revolutionary / to revolt (against sb or sth) / to revolutionize (sth) / (separable verb sometimes used in the pattern noun的命) / CL:
lit. new bud / fig. new and original
brand new
daily renewal, monthly change (idiom) / every day sees new developments / rapid progress
money given to children as new year present
one's thoughts / mind / intention / willingness to accept new ideas / baseless suspicions
to renovate / to refurbish / to refresh (computer window) / to write a new page (in history) / to break (a record)
new type / new kind
all new / completely new
to enroll new students / to get students
Jinshan suburban district of Shanghai / Jinshan or Chinshan township in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
to hit the market (of a new product) / to float (a company on the stock market)
new hand / novice / raw recruit
to switch over / to switch modes or data streams / to cut (to a new scene)
new style / latest fashion / new model
new / newborn / emerging / nascent / rebirth / regeneration / new life / new student
New Year / CL: 個|个
foundation of a University or College / school opening / the start of a new term
New York
new age
2nd year in junior middle school / 2nd day of a lunar month / 2nd day of lunar New Year
to go on stage / fig. to appear on the scene / used in advertising to mean new product
new generation
  *IP* | IP* | *IP
intellectual property (in China, esp. since 2015, often used as an entertainment industry term for a creative work used as the basis of a new product, such as a manga adapted as a tv series, or the image of a cartoon character appearing on merchandise)
Spring Festival (Chinese New Year)
first day of lunar month / New Year's Day / first year in junior middle school
before the end of the year / before the new year
nian gao, New Year cake, typically a sweet, steamed cake made with glutinous rice flour
brand new house / bridal chamber
up and down / top and bottom / old and new / length / about
New Year's Day
the beginning of Spring / the 10 or 20 days following the lunar New Year's Day
New Zealand
Shulin city in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
lunar new year
newcomer / fresh talent / newlywed, esp. new bride / bride and groom
"Times" (newspaper, e.g. New York Times)
Binhai (place name) / Binhai New District, subprovincial district of Tianjin / Binhai county in Yancheng 鹽城|盐城, Jiangsu / fictitious city Binhai in political satire / Primorsky, a territory in the far east of Russia
new housing development
new expression / neologism
new technology
white paper (e.g. containing proposals for new legislation) / white book
new product
Wanli township in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
(of a performer) to come onto the stage to perform / (of an athlete) to enter the arena to compete / (fig.) to enter the scene (e.g. a new product) / (of an examinee etc) to leave the venue
(increased) passenger transportation around Chinese New Year
(coll.) sb new to a particular subject / rookie / beginner / newbie
cutting-edge (in technology, science, fashion, the arts etc) / novel and competitive / new and dashing
to celebrate the Chinese New Year
Sydney, capital of New South Wales, Australia
Binhai New District, subprovincial district of Tianjin
military practice, esp. for reservists or new recruits / military training as a (sometimes compulsory) subject in schools and colleges / drill
Pudong New District, subprovincial district of Shanghai
merchandise sold for Chinese New Year
Sydney, capital of New South Wales, Australia (Tw)
to compile anew / new (version) / newly set up (part of an organization)
Three Gorges on the Chang Jiang or Yangtze, namely: Qutang Gorge 瞿塘峽|瞿塘峡, Wuxia Gorge 巫峽|巫峡 and Xiling Gorge 西陵峽|西陵峡 / Sanxia or Sanhsia town in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
Wall Street, New York / by extension, American big business
lunar New Year's Eve
new character (in textbook) / character that is unfamiliar or not yet studied
new (model) / recently developed (product)
new trend / new custom
to bloom / to blossom / to flower / fig. to burst open / to feel happy or elated / new development grows out
dawn / fig. the dawn of a new era
to make new advances / to move forwards
Spring Festival atmosphere / festive ambiance of Chinese New Year
to see in the New Year / to welcome new guests / by extension, to receive new students
Tarzan (fictional character reared by apes in the jungle) / Taishan township in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
West Point, US military academy in New York
riddles written on lanterns (e.g. for the Lantern Festival at the end of Chinese New Year)
Happy New Year!
newly-appointed / newly elected / new (in a political office)
to pay a New Year call / to wish sb a Happy New Year
lunar New Year's Eve
to replace with sth new / to upgrade
new (army) recruit
annual leave / New Year holidays
to move in (to new lodging)
New Age (movement)
new era / new epoch
to replace (a damaged component with a new one, an injured player with a substitute player, full-time workers with casual workers etc) / a substitute / a replacement
Sha Tin town in New Territories, Hong Kong
Shimen or Shihmen township in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
Zhonghe or Chungho city in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
new word (in textbook) / word that is unfamiliar or not yet studied / CL: 組|组, 個|个
to extend New Year's greetings / to pay a New Year's visit
New Jersey, US state
breakthrough / going beyond / leap-forward / unusual new development
Wellington, capital of New Zealand
to open to traffic (e.g. new bridge, rail line etc) / (of a locality) to have a transportation service / (Tw) to commute
to take up a post / to start in a new job
New Democracy
to have a whole new level of respect for sb or sth / to sit up and take notice (of sb's improved performance etc)
Nanhui former district of Shanghai, now in Pudong New District 浦東新區|浦东新区, Shanghai
new policy / New Deal (Roosevelt's 1933 policy to deal with the Great Depression)

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