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afresh

adverb uk   us   /əˈfreʃ/
If you do something afresh, you deal with it again in a new way: She tore up the letter and started afresh. We agreed to look afresh at her original proposal.
Translations of “afresh”
in Vietnamese bắt đầu lại…
in Spanish Empezar de nuevo…
in Thai ใหม่, อีกครั้ง…
in Malaysian sekali lagi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 從頭, 重新, 另行…
in Indonesian mengulang…
in Russian снова…
in Turkish yeniden, tekrar, bir kez daha…
in Chinese (Simplified) 从头, 重新, 另行…
in Polish od nowa…
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