Definition of all-new in English:

all-new

adjective

  • Completely new or updated.

    ‘Peter Pan is back in an all-new adventure’
    ‘GM and Ford have launched all-new, redesigned midsize SUVs’
    • ‘The music is fantastic, containing many nods to the games' music as well as all-new themes and pieces.’
    • ‘After a 10 million baht makeover, the Bay is an all-new restaurant.’
    • ‘Look out for the all-new oyster bar in the food court.’
    • ‘An all-new album is already well underway, slated for release next year.’
    • ‘There's a five-speed manual or all-new four-speed auto.’
    • ‘While company officials won't publicly discuss their investment in the all-new truck, insiders hint it will top 1.8 billion dollars.’
    • ‘These are all-new levels, specifically designed for this project.’
    • ‘They find themselves abandoned in the wild and having to come to terms with an all-new environment.’
    • ‘They had to come up with all-new plots to continue the story.’
    • ‘Aching abs and tears of mirth are forecast in this all-new one-man show.’