breathe new life into


1. fill with new enthusiasm or energy






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breathe new life into a company/team/party

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To 'breathe new life into something' means to approach it with renewed energy or to invigorate or refresh it in some way. You could 'breathe new life into a project', or 'breathe new life into a building', for example. This is an idiomatic expression used in both social and professional situations.

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  1. The electorate hoped that the new budget would breathe new life into the economy.
  2. The young families breathed new life into the sleepy town.

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  1. The new CEO was brought in to breathe new life into the ailing company.
  2. The two interns have some great ideas and breathe new life into the office.

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