bring something new to an environment
"A new word processor was introduced"
To alter, to change into something new.
To introduce something new to a particular environment; to do something new.
Origin: From the participle stem of innovare.
to bring in as new; to introduce as a novelty; as, to innovate a word or an act
to change or alter by introducing something new; to remodel; to revolutionize
to introduce novelties or changes; -- sometimes with in or on
Origin: [L. innovatus, p. p. of innovare to revew; pref. in- in + novare to make new, fr. novus new. See New.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
in′o-vāt, v.t. to introduce something new.—v.i. to introduce novelties: to make changes.—ns. Innovā′tion; Innovā′tionist; Inn′ovator. [L. innovāre, -ātum—in, in, novus, new.]
The numerical value of innovate in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of innovate in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Examples of innovate in a Sentence
First you imitate, then you innovate.
Singapore needs to adapt and innovate.
Restaurant chains are having to innovate now that tastes are changing.
To innovate and move forward you must provoke the market for a response and respond to it.
It's a universal issue, how do we control these prices and at the same time not dampen incentives to innovate?
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