English version

new-look

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnew-lookˈnew-look adjective [only before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š MODERNdifferent from before, especially more modern or more attractive πŸ”Š the new-look Labour party πŸ”Š the new-look football team
Examples from the Corpus
new-lookβ€’ But the new-look candidates he pointed to are virtual unknowns.β€’ The new-look council also gained two independents.β€’ How will voters respond to the new-look presidential campaign?β€’ The pair had never met before teaming up in a new-look Reds attack.β€’ Check out the new-look Simple range which includes four new caring moisturising products as well as all the old favourites for skin and hair.β€’ We are marking the start of the new-look soccer season with a super full-colour wallchart, featuring all 22 teams.
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