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They are going to build a new office block here.
We went to the new Tom Cruise film last week.
a revolutionary new wheelchair that operates by voice commands
I could do with some new shoes.
I need to get a new passport – my old one's expired.
a new approach to the problem
I showed her a new technique for catching the frogs.
Why not study a new language?
This could be the beginning of a new era in transatlantic politics.
The scheme could mean a whole new way of life for residents.
This is the British English definition of new. View American English definition of new.
to kill someone in a violent way