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  *新* | 新* | *新
new / newly / meso- (chemistry)
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again; once more; re-
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innovation / to bring forth new ideas / to blaze new trails
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to replace the old with new / to renew / to renovate / to upgrade / to update / to regenerate
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brand new
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all new / completely new
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abbr. for Xinjiang 新疆 or Singapore 新加坡 / surname Xin
latest / newest
Qingxin county in Qingyuan 清遠|清远, Guangdong
fresh and clean
to renovate / to refurbish / to refresh (computer window) / to write a new page (in history) / to break (a record)
Fuxin prefecture-level city in Liaoning province 遼寧省|辽宁省 in northeast China
to revamp / a face-lift / to retread (a tire) / to refurbish (old clothes) / newly emerging
to see in the New Year / to welcome new guests / by extension, to receive new students
Yongxin county in Ji'an 吉安, Jiangxi
Fengxin county in Yichun 宜春, Jiangxi
Crayon Shin-chan (クレヨンしんちゃん), Japanese manga and anime series popular in China
Daxin county in Chongzuo 崇左, Guangxi
to innovate / innovation
a pleasant change / a breath of fresh air / refreshing
(political) reform / revitalization / modernization
to remain fresh in one's memory (idiom)
new (model) / recently developed (product)
to push out the old and bring in the new (idiom); to innovate
Yangxin county in Huangshi 黃石|黄石, Hubei
to accept the new / to take fresh (air) / fig. to accept new members (to reinvigorate the party) / new blood
to innovate
to reform oneself / to mend one's ways and start life anew
to review the old and know the new (idiom, from the Analects) / to recall the past to understand the future
(in the spring) nature takes on a new look (idiom)
to reform and start afresh (idiom); to turn over a new leaf
to discard the old and introduce the new (idiom); to innovate
brand-new / spanking new
to repent and start afresh (idiom); to turn over a new leaf
complete change (idiom); facelift / We're in a wholly new situation.
lit. to breathe out stale air and breathe in fresh (idiom, from Zhuangzi 莊子|庄子); fig. to get rid of the old and bring in the new
usher out the old, greet the new / esp. to see in the New Year
to replace with sth new / to upgrade
(neologism) (slang) newbie
to get rid of the old to bring in the new (idiom); to innovate
to get rid of the old to bring in the new (idiom); to innovate
to turn over a new leaf
in constant progress
Lanzhou and Xinjiang
to replace the old with new (idiom)
to have one's defenses in good order (idiom)
to remain forever new (idiom)
to review the old and know the new (idiom, from the Analects) / to recall the past to understand the future
variant of 嶄新|崭新
Meiji Restoration (Japan, 1868)
to look completely new (idiom); brand new / changed beyond recognition
Anxin county in Baoding 保定, Hebei
(finance) to participate in an IPO (initial public offering)
lit. long in existence but ever new (idiom) / timeless / unfading
to make new advances / to move forwards
dynamic update (Internet)
everyone participates in reforms (idiom) / to replace the old with new / to reform and start afresh
hipster
fresh / new and pointed
Zhang Zhixin (1930-1975) female revolutionary and martyr, who followed the true Marxist-Leninist line as a party member, and was arrested in 1969, then executed in 1975 after opposing the counterrevolutionary party-usurping conspiracies of Lin Biao and the Gang of Four, and only rehabilitated posthumously in 1979
Hundred Days Reform (1898), failed attempt to reform the Qing dynasty
to push out the old and bring in the new (idiom); to innovate / to go beyond old ideas / advancing all the time
Yongzhen Reform, Tang dynasty failed reform movement of 805 led by Wang Shuwen 王叔文
out with the old and in with the new (idiom)
Shenbeixin district of Shenyang city 瀋陽市|沈阳市, Liaoning
Hundred Days Reform (1898), failed attempt to reform the Qing dynasty
to seek out the new (e.g. the latest tech products)


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