- [chuàng xīn]
- innovate 改革，创新;
- bring forth new ideas 创新;
- make innovations 创新;
- inaugurate 开创; 创始; 举行开幕典礼; 举行就职典礼;
- blaze new trails 创新;
Their engineers are happier borrowing other people's ideas than developing their own.
For assistance, they turned to one of the city's most innovative museums.
Only the opening sequence could claim to be genuinely innovatory.
You can't fault them for lack of invention.
Capitalism stresses innovation, competition and individualism.
We must constantly adapt and innovate to ensure success in a growing market.
She has a highly inventive mind.
The artist was revolutionary in both subject matter and technique.
You are no longer the enterprising cook that once you were.
Be bold in putting things into practice and blazing new trails.
An enterprise should encourage innovation.
The inventor had an original mind.
Anesthesia was a great innovation in medicine.
The campaigns are part of American-style innovations being pioneered by the new universities.
To grow the business, he needs to develop management expertise and innovation across his team.
innovate make innovation