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to replace the old with new / to renew / to renovate / to upgrade / to update / to regenerate
to alter
  *更* | 更* | *更
to change or replace / to experience / one of the five two-hour periods into which the night was formerly divided / watch (e.g. of a sentry or guard)
  *更* | 更* | *更
more / even more / further / still / still more
to change / to alter / to modify
more (than sth else) / even more
to replace (a worn-out tire etc) / to change (one's address etc)
even more
to change name
menopause / andropause
to correct / to make a correction
to take it up a notch / to bring it up a level
reform and renewal / generational change
deep at night
to patrol at night, marking the time by sounding clappers or gongs
first of the five night watch periods 19:00-21:00 (old)
to take over (from one another) / to alternate / to replace / to relay
second of the five night watch periods 21:00-23:00 (old)
to change clothes / to go to the toilet (euphemism)
high performance
regeneration through one's own effort (idiom) / self-reliance
third of the five night watch periods 23:00-01:00 (old) / midnight / also pr. [san1 jin1]
to alternate / to change
dynamic update (Internet)
redbreast / robin
fourth of the five night watch periods 01:00-03:00 (old)
fifth of the five night watch periods 03:00-05:00 (old)
new edition / new version / update
Dickens (name) / Charles Dickens (1812-1870), great English novelist
to replace the old with new (idiom)
furthermore (idiom)
resurrection / rebirth / reinvigorated / rejuvenated / a new lease of life
in the depth of night / late at night
(in the spring) nature takes on a new look (idiom)
to sound the night watches (on clappers or gongs, in former times)
in the dead of night (idiom)
to change / to replace / to alter
soldier (serving alternate watch)
night watchman (in former times)
drum marking night watches / night watchman's clapper
Pleistocene (geological epoch from 2m years ago, covering the most recent ice ages)
to make a new start / to regenerate
(Internet slang) to update one's blog
international date line
Huygens (name) / Christiaan Huygens (1629-1695), Dutch mathematician and astronomer
in the depth of the night / very late at night
dental transition (from milk teeth to adult teeth)
lit. to restring one's bow / to reform and start over again
deep night
watch tower / drum tower marking night watches
alternately / by turns
one watch (i.e. two-hour period during night)
Charles Dickens (1812-1870), great English novelist
water clock used to mark night watches
deep at night and all is quiet (idiom)
I am who I am (and I'm not ashamed) / fig. to be proud of one's name and stand by one's actions
to moonlight
change room / dressing room / locker room / toilet
to keep watch during the night
too many to count / very many / innumerable
to stay up through the night (idiom)
to change / to substitute
substitution / replacing former general / change of leader
when it rains, it pours (idiom)
lit. hundred foot pole, progress still further (idiom); fig. much accomplished, still some work to do / to continue to further successes / not to rest on one's laurels
The road means more than the destination. / It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive.
urban development project
It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive.
first of the five night watch periods 19:00-21:00 (old)
The process is more beautiful than the outcome. / It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive.

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