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a new lease of life

UK US a new lease on life
an occasion when you become more energetic and active than before: His grandchildren have given him a new lease of life.
an increase in the period for which something can be used or continued: The project suddenly got a new lease of life when the developers agreed to provide some more funding.
(Definition of a new lease of life from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “a new lease of life”
in Chinese (Simplified) 更有活力, 使用寿命(或持续时间)延长…
in Chinese (Traditional) 更有活力, 使用壽命(或持續時間)延長…
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