English version

a breath of fresh air

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha breath of fresh aira breath of fresh aira) NEWsomething that is new and different in a way you think is exciting and good 🔊 Osborne’s play brought a breath of fresh air to the British theatre. b) COLDclean air outside, that you feel you need after being inside for a long time 🔊 I’m going outside for a breath of fresh air. breath
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a breath of fresh airI'm going outside for a breath of fresh air.You really want to turn around and get a breath of fresh air.Moving to this big apartment was like a breath of fresh air.As I say, we must introduce a breath of fresh air into the inspection system.Comes to corner of the street for a breath of fresh air.His condition is fine and he went out for a breath of fresh air.Lawrence has proved a master of communication and a breath of fresh air to North-East sportswriters.Steve Forbes is a breath of fresh air to the process.Undoubtedly to the disappointment of the leakers, Inman came through the whole affair like a breath of fresh air.We need a breath of fresh air in school inspections.
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