English to Chinese Dictionary


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xīn new / newly / meso- (chemistry)
jiù old / opposite: new 新 / former / worn (with age)
更新 gēng xīn to replace the old with new / to renew / to renovate / to upgrade / to update / to regenerate
创新 chuàng xīn to bring forth new ideas; to blaze new trails / innovation
新颖 xīn yǐng lit. new bud / fig. new and original
革命 mìng to withdraw the mandate of heaven (and transition to a new dynasty) (original meaning) / revolution / revolutionary / to revolt (against sb or sth) / to revolutionize (sth) / (separable verb sometimes used in the pattern 革noun的命) / CL:次[ci4]
开拓 kāi tuò to break new ground (for agriculture) / to open up (a new seam) / to develop (border regions) / fig. to open up (new horizons)
崭新 zhǎn xīn brand new
日新月异 xīn yuè daily renewal, monthly change (idiom) / every day sees new developments / rapid progress
心眼儿 xīn yǎnr one's thoughts / mind / intention / willingness to accept new ideas / baseless suspicions
压岁钱 suì qián money given to children as a gift on Chinese New Year's Eve
开通 kāi tōng to open (a new road or railway line); to set up (a hotline); to launch (a service); to subscribe to (a members-only service)
IP I P intellectual property (in China, esp. since 2015, often used as an entertainment industry term for a creative work used as the basis of a new product, such as a manga adapted as a tv series, or the image of a cartoon character appearing on merchandise)
中和 Zhōng Zhonghe or Chungho city in New Taipei City 新北市[Xin1 bei3 shi4], Taiwan
新手 xīn shǒu new hand / novice / raw recruit
上市 shàng shì to hit the market (of a new product) / to float (a company on the stock market)
全新 quán xīn all new / completely new
泰山 Tài shān Tarzan (fictional character reared by apes in the jungle) / Taishan township in New Taipei City 新北市[Xin1 bei3 shi4], Taiwan
军训 jūn xùn military practice, esp. for reservists or new recruits / military training as a (sometimes compulsory) subject in schools and colleges / drill
新人 xīn rén newcomer / fresh talent / newlywed, esp. new bride / bride and groom / (paleoanthropology) Homo sapiens
新版 xīn bǎn new edition / new version
新年 xīn nián New Year / CL:個|个[ge4]
新建 xīn jiàn new construction / newly built
新款 xīn kuǎn new style / latest fashion / new model
刷新 shuā xīn to renovate / to refurbish / to refresh (computer window) / to write a new page (in history) / to break (a record)

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