to replace with something new
“to replace by something new,” 1610s, from past participle stem of Latin novare “to make new,” from novus “new” (see new).
- Novated lease
/nəʊˈveɪtɪd/ noun 1. (Austral) a system for purchasing a car in which an employer makes lease payments on behalf of an employee who eventually owns the car
[noh-vey-shuh n] /noʊˈveɪ ʃən/ noun 1. Law. the substitution of a new obligation for an old one, usually by the substitution of a new debtor or of a new creditor. 2. the introduction of something new; innovation. /nəʊˈveɪʃən/ noun 1. (law) the substitution of a new obligation for an old one by mutual agreement between […]
[nuh-vah-toh] /nəˈvɑ toʊ/ noun 1. a city in W California, N of San Francisco.
[noh-vuh-yuh zem-lee-ah; Russian naw-vuh-yuh zyim-lyah] /ˈnoʊ və yə ˌzɛm liˈɑ; Russian ˈnɔ və yə zyɪmˈlyɑ/ noun 1. two large islands in the Arctic Ocean, N of and belonging to the Russian Federation. 35,000 sq. mi. (90,650 sq. km). /Russian ˈnɔvəjə zɪmˈlja/ noun 1. an archipelago in the Arctic Ocean, off the NE coast of Russia: […]