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de novo

[de noh-woh; English dee noh-voh, dey] /dɛ ˈnoʊ woʊ; English di ˈnoʊ voʊ, deɪ/
Latin.
1.
anew; afresh; again; from the beginning.
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de novo

/diː ˈnəʊvəʊ/
adverb
1.
from the beginning; anew
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Word Origin and History for de novo

Latin, literally "anew, afresh."

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