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new-found

adjective [always before noun]
 
 
/ˈnjuːˌfaʊnd/
A new-found quality or ability has started recently: This success is a reflection of their new-found confidence.NewModern and fashionable
Translations of “new-found”
in Chinese (Traditional) (素質或能力)新獲得的…
in Russian недавно обретенный…
in Turkish yeni keşfedilmiş, yeni edinilmiş…
in Chinese (Simplified) (素质或能力)新获得的…
in Polish nowy, świeżo odkryty…
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