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innovation
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
innovation /,inou'veiʃn/
  • danh từ
    • sự đưa vào những cái mới
    • sáng kiến, điều mới đưa vào, cái mới, phương pháp mới
    • sự tiến hành đổi mới, sự đổi mới
Concise Dictionary
innovations‚ɪnəʊ'veɪʃn
noun
+a creation (a new device or process) resulting from study and experimentation
+the creation of something in the mind
+the act of starting something for the first time; introducing something new

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 novelty; invention:
The flush toilet was a 19th-century innovation.
2 modernization, alteration:
Consumer product development is marked by a spirit of tireless innovation.
Advanced English Dictionary
noun ~ (in sth)
1 [U] the introduction of new things, ideas or ways of doing sth: an age of technological innovation + The company is very interested in product design and innovation.
2 [C] a new idea, way of doing sth, etc. that has been introduced or discovered: recent innovations in steel-making technology
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 introduction of new ideas

ADJ.

constant, continuous | successful | cultural, educational, industrial, scientific, technical, technological | design, policy, product
industries where constant product innovation is a criterion for survival

VERB + INNOVATION

encourage, facilitate, foster, stimulate | stifle
Too strict a regulatory system will stifle innovation.

INNOVATION + VERB

occur
Technical innovation may occur directly in the factory.

INNOVATION + NOUN

process

PREP.

~ in
innovation in engineering

PHRASES

scope for innovation

2 new idea

ADJ.

great, major, important, significant | successful | welcome | interesting | latest, new | recent | scientific, technical, technological

VERB + INNOVATION

come up with
She believed she had come up with one of the greatest innovations of modern times.
| introduce
Many innovations were introduced by the 1919 Act.
| design, develop
technological innovations designed to save energy

INNOVATION + VERB

occur

PREP.

~ by
Mathematical astronomy was the great innovation by the Greeks of the 5th century BC.
| ~ in
innovations in machinery and instruments



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