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new order

noun
1.
a new or revised system of operation, form of government, plan of attack, or the like.
2.
(initial capital letters) the system of political and economic control and of social organization that prevailed in Germany and its subject countries during the Nazi era; National Socialism.
Origin
1835-1845
1835-45
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Examples for new order
  • There is no social position that she wants, or new order of society with her own place in it imagined.
  • Big ideas were in the air, a new order of things on the way.
  • Peace would then depend on the other dimensions of the new order--the number of poles and the distribution of power among them.
  • The rise of this new order will have a profound impact on nearly all of the world's big-picture, long-term trends.
  • It was a political moment when the old order could no longer govern, and the new order wasn't ready.
  • Some companies could find themselves scrambling to roll with the new order.
  • We sense the truth of the new order intuitively, not through reductionism.
  • He has to depend on him in much, in the new order of things.
  • The new order eliminates a requirement that devices scan the airwaves for available signals.
  • In each trial, the amino acids would have to be separated one by one, and be arranged in a new order.
Contemporary definitions for new order
noun

a new or reorganized government, regime, or system

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