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[いっ()·しん()]
isshin
noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 一新

noun, suru verb
  1. complete change; reform; restoration; remodeling; remodelling; renewal

Definition and Synonyms for 一新

Refreshen make fresh again
Synonyms: 一新
Freshen Up become or make oneself fresh again
Synonyms: 一新
Freshen make (to feel) fresh
Synonyms: 一新
Reform improve by alteration or correction of errors or defects and put into a better condition
Synonyms: かいぜん, 一新, 作り直す, 再編成, 刷新, 匡正, 変える, 変ずる, 変改, 改む, 改める, 改変, 改新, 改良, 更始, 更改, 正す, 治す, 矯める, 矯正
Renewal the act of renewing
Synonyms: リニューアル, 一新, 刷新, , 改め, 改める, 更改, 更新
Renew reestablish on a new, usually improved, basis or make new or like new
Synonyms: 一新, 再生, 刷新, 更始, 更改, 更新, 更生
Reforge cast or model anew
Synonyms: 一新

Meanings for each kanji in 一新

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Categories 一新 is a member of

Change undergo a change
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Modify cause to change
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Improve to make better
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Repeating the act of doing or performing again
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Re-Create create anew
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Make Over make new
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Renew reestablish on a new, usually improved, basis or make new or like new
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Sample Sentences for 一新

My son doesn't talk back these days; he must have turned over a new leaf.
My daughter does not talk back these days; she must have turned over a new leaf.
The criminal became a Christian and turned over a new leaf.

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