under new management

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Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of under new management

: controlled by a different person or people than before
  • The restaurant is now under new management.

Word by Word Definitions

under play
  1. : in or into a position below or beneath something

  2. : below or short of some quantity, level, or limit

  3. : in or into a condition of subjection, subordination, or unconsciousness

  1. : below or beneath so as to be overhung, surmounted, covered, protected, or concealed by

  2. : subject to the authority, control, guidance, or instruction of

  3. : receiving or undergoing the action or effect of

  1. : lying or placed below, beneath, or on the ventral side

  2. : facing or protruding downward

  3. : lower in rank or authority : subordinate

new play
  1. : having recently come into existence : recent, modern

  2. : having been seen, used, or known for a short time : novel

  3. : unfamiliar

  1. : newly, recently

management play
  1. : the act or art of managing : the conducting or supervising of something (such as a business)

  2. : judicious use of means to accomplish an end

  3. : the collective body of those who manage or direct an enterprise


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