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new (or fresh) blood

Definition of new or fresh blood in English:

New members admitted to a group, especially as an invigorating force: the need to bring in new blood and fresh ideas
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  • Rangers are not the only club invigorated by new blood.
  • We are asking new members to come along as we feel the committee needs new blood and new ideas.
  • That makes it difficult for new blood with new ideas to enter politics.
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