Significado de new-broom en en inglés

new-broom

Pronunciación /ˌnjuːˈbruːm/ /ˌnjuːˈbrʊm/

verbo

  • To set about making widespread or fundamental changes. Also with object: to make (one's way) like a new broom.

Origen

1950s; earliest use found in Ngaio Marsh (1895–1982), detective novelist and theatre director. From new broom.