Definition of new-fashioned in English:


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Of a new type or style; up to date: the development of a new-fashioned kind of language awareness
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  • Set in the author's home town of Montreal, it featured a French-descended detective called Emile Cinq-Mars - ‘an old-fashioned cop in a new-fashioned world.’
  • Unlike (effortless elision here) the surface of the new-fashioned loathsome double-decker conductorless buses.
  • Old-fashioned and even new-fashioned leftism (like California's ‘Redwood Rabbis,’ considered proper subjects for ridicule) was not only unnecessary and silly but dangerous to Jewish progress.

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