English version

turn over a new leaf

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishturn over a new leafturn over a new leafBEHAVEto change the way you behave and become a better person I see fatherhood as a chance to turn over a new leaf. leaf
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turn over a new leafMonnett agrees too, so much that he has turned over a new leaf.There is no indication that Hollywood is turning over a new leaf, free of bloodstains.I know I've done some bad things in the past, but now I'm turning over a new leaf.Like all fathers, I see fatherhood as a chance to turn over a new leaf.After being released from jail, Tony decided to turn over a new leaf.Faldo, perhaps above all, will be hoping to turn over a new leaf.We urge them to turn over a new leaf.
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