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


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