new blood
fresh energy or power, someone or something that provides new life or vigor to something
The woman is a good employee and helped to bring new blood into our organization.

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  • new broom sweeps clean
  • new deal
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  • new person
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  • next to nothing
  • next-door neighbor
  • nice and (some quality)
  • nickel and dime (someone)
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  • down on one's luck
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