English version

a new lease of life

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisha new lease of lifea new lease of lifeespecially British English, a new lease on life American English a) IMPROVEif something has a new lease of life, it is changed or repaired so that it can continue Historic buildings can have a new lease of life through conversion. b) HEALTHYif someone has a new lease of life, they become healthy, active, or happy again after being weak, ill, or tired an operation to give her a new lease of life lease
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a new lease of lifeNow they are aiming for a new lease of life and further development.The Chelsea goalkeeper has found a new lease of life at Grimsby since joining them on loan.Male speaker It's absolutely wonderful - to be given a new lease of life. you're given a second chance.The political controversy over the Habre affair has been given a new lease of life.Clearly retirement has given Jean-Luc Sadourny a new lease of life.For example, somebody may find that working from home injects their career with a new lease of life.Artistic director Christopher Gable has injected it with a new lease of life and brought it to a completely different audience.A re-style can provide locks with a new lease of life.
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