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new wave

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnew waveˌnew ˈwave noun πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 NEW[countable] a group of people who try to introduce new ideas in music, films, art, politics etcnew wave of πŸ”Š a new wave of feminism in the sixties and early seventies2 [uncountable] (also New Wave) a type of music that was popular in the 1970s and early 1980s, which uses synthesizers and a strong beat, and in which the words are sung without much emotion
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new waveβ€’ After the elections of 1988 brought the ultra right-wing Arena party to power, a new wave of kidnappings and murders began.β€’ From rugged charm to seriously sleek from classic cuts to a new wave of nineties fashion ...β€’ A new wave of pro-independence demonstrations began in earnest in late 1987.β€’ After each new wave of immigrants became enfranchised, they began electing people of their own background, she said.β€’ Each new wave of immigrants gives new targets to old prejudices.β€’ Norris is considered part of the new wave of Native American participation in Arizona politics.β€’ Charles was not quite so committed to the new wave.
new wavenew wavea new style of music, art, film etc that is very different and unusual πŸ”Š new wave musicnew wave of πŸ”Š the new wave of Black feminist theorists β†’ wave
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new waveβ€’ I never thought of us as a punk band, a metal band, or a new wave band.β€’ A new wave of pro-independence demonstrations began in earnest in late 1987.β€’ After each new wave of immigrants became enfranchised, they began electing people of their own background, she said.β€’ Each new wave of immigrants gives new targets to old prejudices.β€’ Charles was not quite so committed to the new wave.β€’ They crossed the former's tight disco-funk arrangements with witty incisive lyrics more usually associated with new wave bands.β€’ Yet new waves of allegations continued.
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