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[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Latin;Origin: , past participle of innovare, from novus 'new']
to start to use new ideas, methods, or inventions
the need for large businesses to innovate
The company has successfully innovated new products and services.
1. Some people like to innovate the old systems and traditions; others like to preserve them. 有些人喜欢改革旧有的制度及传统，有些人却喜欢保留它们。