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young blood

noun [U] uk   us  
young people who have a lot of energy and ideas: We need to introduce more young blood into the organization.
Translations of “young blood”
in Chinese (Traditional) 新鮮血液(指充滿活力、思想活躍的年輕人)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 新鲜血液(指充满活力、思想活跃的年轻人)…
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