Hi there,

today I needed to say the following sentence: "we will print the graphics anew" in the sense that the graphics will be printed one again, we will not reuse the old ones.

I was wondering if it would be possible to use the word: "ex novo" like synonym for "anew"

Could it be understandable even if it is latin word? Further, is "anew"correct for what I was meaning??

Thanks

PAMELA
Few or none will understand 'ex novo'. 'Anew' is Ok, but slightly literary. I would use one of these:

We will print the graphics again.

We will reprint the graphics.
Dear,

thanks. It is very clear.

Maybe could I say: "the graphics will be brand new" does it work?

Thanks!!

Pamela
Try out our live chat room.
As long as they know that they are not newly designed but just newly printed.