Definition of new order in English:

new order

Syllabification: new or·der

noun

1A new system, regime, or government: a new economic order
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  • They were not temporarily overlooked in the constitution of the new order, but were deliberately deprived of citizenship.
  • Hals painted, with great vigour and freshness, a wide variety of representative social types of the new order.
  • They persuaded socialists that the new order would build itself, or through the actions of parliamentarians, while they slept.
1.1 (New Order) Hitler’s planned reorganization of Europe under Nazi rule.
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  • It was over this vast empire that Hitler intended to superimpose a New Order.
  • Italy entered the war on 10 June 1940: its place in the New Order was never secure.
  • Nazis hoped to create a new order in world affairs as well as the new order at home.

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