anew


anew
a|new [əˈnju: US əˈnu:] adv written
[: Old English; Origin: of niwe 'of new']
1.) start/begin anew
to begin a different job, start to live in a different place etc, especially after a difficult period in your life
I was ready to leave everything behind and start anew in California.
2.) if you do something anew, you start doing it again
The committee is going to examine the whole situation anew.

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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