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brave new

adjective [before noun] uk   us  
used to refer to something new, especially to suggest that there is some doubt that it can be good or successful: They introduced customers to the brave new world of app-driven marketing.
Translations of “brave new”
in Chinese (Traditional) 新的,嶄新的(尤指前景難以預料)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 新的,崭新的(尤指前景难以预料)…
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