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But experts said the approach could trigger a new wave of big money foreign takeovers in the sector. The Sun (2013)Dublin-based Shire is part of a new wave of big pharma companies. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'new wave'
British English: new wave NOUN
In the arts or in politics, a new wave is a group or movement that deliberately introduces new or unconventional ideas instead of using traditional ones.
...the new wave of satirical comedy.
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