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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrenewedre‧newed /rɪˈnjuːd $ -ˈnuːd/ ●○○ adjective  1 INCREASE IN ACTIVITY, FEELINGS ETC[only before noun] starting again, especially with increased interest or strengthrenewed interest/confidence/enthusiasm etc renewed concern about farming methods The festival went ahead, despite renewed protests.2 [not before noun]BETTER/RECOVERED feeling healthy and relaxed again, after feeling ill or tired
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renewedOr was the world to wake up renewed?In came renewed assaults on Militant, luncheons in the City and the new emphasis on competition and even markets.As for the survivors, they leave with thickened skin and renewed determination.The departure of UN troops could lead to renewed fighting.The sun had barely begun its climb into the sky when there was a renewed flurry of activity outside the university hospital.Thus the Kandyan Sinhalese were denied a full share of the renewed prosperity.These are under renewed scrutiny, in our own day, by Vasareley.Much love to you both - and renewed thanks for including me last week.His misfortunes spurred Galt to write with renewed vigour and until near the end of his life his output was voluminous.renewed interest/confidence/enthusiasm etcCarrie looked at her child's nurse with renewed interest.The disclosure of Labour's latest spoiling tactic highlighted renewed confidence at Millbank in the face of dire Tory poll results.The renewed interest in alternative fuels and feedstocks has revived coal gasification and the old technology is rapidly being brought up to date.Since the end of 1984, there has been a renewed interest in Historicals, and interest remains high.On the positive side, perhaps a renewed interest in old school rap can only be a good thing.Many teams, including the Cardinals, are showing renewed interest in Stevens, a cornerback from Applachian State.There is some evidence that contemporary composers are showing a renewed interest in the Church as a patron of the arts.His renewed interest sparked a Christmas morning argument.
From Longman Business Dictionaryrenewedre‧newed /rɪˈnjuːd-ˈnuːd/ adjective [only before a noun] happening or increasing again after a period of timeThe dollar is riding higher on renewed optimism about the U.S. economy.fears of a renewed slump in consumer spending
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