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Idiom of the Day – Make a fresh start

Saturday, January 1, 2011 @ 01:01 PM
posted by English with Jo

Make a Fresh Start

To make a fresh start means to make a new start or to start something again.  This expression  is used when things have not been going so well and a person wants to change their situation.  On days like today, at the start of a New Year, many people see an opportunity to make a fresh start, to put any bad situations behind them and to move on to something new. It is a time of hope and change.

Example Usage: I'm going to put last year behind me and make a fresh start.

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