Definition of 'anew'
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Had he really taken time to think through the work anew? Times, Sunday Times (2013)You are both at a different stage in your lives and so this process begins anew and afresh. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This is not the first time cycling has reached a crossroads or that it has had to begin anew. Times, Sunday Times (2012)As for me, her death made me look at my own life anew. The Sun (2014)Over the ensuing months, marriages came under intense strain as couples struggled to cope with the difficulty of building life anew. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Because we knew the hurt and pain it causes, we wanted to reach out in love and enable such people to begin life anew. Christianity Today (2000)When it was over, she began life anew in France. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is temporary death, followed by the ability to revive, to begin life anew. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Some, it has to be said, have been worked on anew to bring them to fruition. The Sun (2010)You look at your working life anew, see what could be better, then make a brilliant change. The Sun (2013)
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British English: anew ADVERB
If you do something anew, you do it again, often in a different way from before.
She's ready to start anew.
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