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anew

[ uh-noo, uh-nyoo ]
/ əˈnu, əˈnyu /
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adverb
over again; again; once more: to play the tune anew.
in a new form or manner: to write the story anew.
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Origin of anew

before 1000; Middle English onew, of newe;see a-2), Old English of niowe, probably modeled on Old French de neuf; replacing Old English edniwe once more
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British Dictionary definitions for anew

anew
/ (əˈnjuː) /

adverb
over again; once more
in a different way; afresh

Word Origin for anew

Old English of nīwe; see of, new
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