renewed


renewed
renewed re‧newed [rɪˈnjuːd ǁ -ˈnuːd] adjective [only before a noun]
happening or increasing again after a period of time:

• The dollar is riding higher on renewed optimism about the U.S. economy.

• fears of a renewed slump in consumer spending

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renewed UK US /rɪˈnjuːd/ adjective [before noun]
happening again after having stopped for a period of time: renewed bid/effort to do sth »

Opec lifted supply quotas yesterday by 4%, in a renewed bid to force down stubbornly high crude prices.

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The company's products have drawn renewed interest in the whole market, analysts said.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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