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new wavenoun

uk   /ˌnjuː ˈweɪv/ us   /ˌnuː ˈweɪv/
  • new wave noun (FASHION)

[S or U] a fashion in something, such as art, music, cinema, or politics, that is intentionally different from traditional ideas in that subject or activity: Truffaut was an important film director of the French New Wave. new-wave music
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