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new generation

This page is about the collocation new generation

collocation pattern: adjective + noun

Meaning

a new group of people or products that appeared around the same time

For example

  • In the sixties, a new generation of young people challenged traditional attitudes.

  • There are so many exciting new features on our new generation of mobile phones.

Note:
A related collocation is "new breed"

Quick Quiz

"A new generation of musicians" means

a. a popular new musical group

b. young musicians of a similar age

c. musicians who don't like old music

Contributor: Matt Errey