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a breath of fresh air

C2 someone or something that is new and different and makes everything seem more exciting: Angela's so cheerful and lively - she's like a breath of fresh air when she visits.
Translations of “a breath of fresh air”
in Chinese (Traditional) 令人耳目一新的人(或物)…
in Russian свежая струя…
in Turkish yeni bir nefes, taze soluk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 令人耳目一新的人(或物)…
in Polish miła odmiana…
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