English to Irish Meaning of innovate - nuálaíoch

Innovate :

athrú, nuálaíoch, babhtála, malartach

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Definitions of innovate in English
Verb(1) bring something new to an environment
Examples of innovate in English
(1) Other providers must imitate, innovate , or lose business.(2) Sometimes it's hard to imagine that there's still room to innovate your product or service.(3) If our economy is to be about more than the diffusion of others inventions, we must ourselves innovate more and invent more.(4) Some expressed the view that fewer and fewer employers are willing to take risks with ideas or to innovate .(5) We can no longer depend on tax breaks for multinationals or cheap labour; we must innovate and be entrepreneurial.(6) The same soldiers and leaders who adapt, learn and innovate on our battlefields serve in our institutional Army.(7) The project was launched by the foundation to innovate new design and incorporate the spirit of the city.(8) We have the ingenuity, good humour, and curiosity to adapt and innovate - to be victorious, no matter what the circumstances.(9) Increased competition means producers must innovate and improve constantly.(10) And it means the governor must innovate at every turn.(11) How we have no national dance company and rely on the tender mercies of people like Sonja to keep our folk dances alive and to innovate new ones.(12) To participate fully in today's changing markets farmers must innovate , intensify production, and invest.(13) We'll talk about U.S. military efforts to innovate , to modernize, and to stay ahead of any potential enemy.(14) Businesses must continually develop and innovate if they are to continue to be competitive and, ultimately, profitable.(15) The company, he said, intends to innovate by possibly introducing entry-level malts.(16) the company's failure to diversify and innovate competitively
(1) innocent of clothes ::
neamhchiontach de éadaí
1. introduce ::
a thabhairt isteach
Different Forms
innovate, innovated, innovates, innovating
Word Example from TV Shows
Gentlemen, use your imagination.

Gentlemen, use your imagination. Innovate.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 23

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