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new /nju:/
  • tính từ
    • mới, mới mẻ, mới lạ
      • the new year: năm mới
      • a new suit of clothes: một bộ quần áo mới; như mới
      • to do up like new: sửa lại như mới
      • that sort of work is new to me: loại công việc đó mới mẻ đối với tôi
    • khác hẳn
      • he has become a new man: hắn trở thành một người khác hẳn
    • tân tiến, tân thời, hiện đại
    • mới nổi (gia đình, người)
    • new from
      • mới từ (nơi nào đến)
    • a teacher new from school: một thầy giáo mới ở trường ra
    • new to
      • chưa quen
    • new to the work: chưa quen việc
    • to turn ovevr a new lef
      • (xem) leaf
  • phó từ
    • mới ((thường) trong từ ghép)
      • new laid eggs: trứng mới đẻ
Concise Dictionary
newer|newestnuː /njuː
+not of long duration; having just (or relatively recently) come into being or been made or acquired or discovered
+other than the former one(s); different
+having no previous example or precedent or parallel
+original and of a kind not seen before
+lacking training or experience
+(of a new kind or fashion) gratuitously new
+(of crops) harvested at an early stage of development; before complete maturity
+unaffected by use or exposure
+in use after medieval times
+used of a living language; being the current stage in its development
+very recently
Thesaurus Dictionary
1 novel, original, unique, unusual, different, fresh, creative, imaginative, brand-new:
Ruth has a new idea for the sales campaign.
2 latest, late, modern, contemporary, modish, stylish, fashionable, chic, recent, advanced, up to date, brand-new, late-model, Colloq trendy, Slang mod, hip:
MacGregor buys a new car every year: it has to be equipped with the newest gadgets
3 fresh, further, additional, supplemental, supplementary:
Has the new issue of Verbatim come out yet?
4 unfamiliar, unknown, strange, different; unique, unheard of:
I hear there's a new girl in your office. I want to introduce my new friend, Dan Hammond. Every year they discover a new virus.
5 revitalized, reborn, renewed, rejuvenated, changed, altered, redone, restored, redesigned, remodelled:
I saw before me a new Marie. They published a new version of the Bible.
6 inexperienced, green, fresh, callow, unfledged, budding, immature, unripe, untrained:
Let us look over the new recruits, Sergeant.
7 late, young, recent:
We found newer fossils at higher levels.
8 uncharted, unexplored, untrodden, unknown, experimental:
Astronomers are breaking new ground in the analysis of pulsars.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective (newer, newest)
not existing before
1 not existing before; recently made, invented, introduced, etc: Have you read her new novel? + new ways of doing things + This idea isn't new. + The latest model has over 100 new features.
See also - BRAND-NEW
Antonym: OLD
2 (the new) noun [U] something that is new: It was a good mix of the old and the new.
recently bought
3 recently bought: Let me show you my new dress.
not used before
4 not used or owned by anyone before: A second-hand car costs a fraction of a new one.
5 different from the previous one: I like your new hairstyle. + When do you start your new job? + He's made a lot of new friends. + Do you have her new phone number?
Antonym: OLD
not familiar
6 ~ (to sb) already existing but not seen, experienced, etc. before; not familiar: This is a new experience for me. + I'd like to learn a new language. + Our system is probably new to you. + the discovery of a new star
recently arrived
7 ~ (to sth) not yet familiar with sth because you have only just started, arrived, etc: I should tell you, I'm completely new to this kind of work. + I am new to the town. + a new arrival / recruit + You're new here, aren't you?
8 used in compounds to describe sth that has recently happened: He was enjoying his new-found freedom.
9 (usually with the) modern; of the latest type: the new morality + the new breed of civil servant + Comedy is the new rock and roll. + They called themselves the New Romantics.
just beginning
10 [usually before noun] just beginning or beginning again: a new day + It was a new era in the history of our country. + She went to Australia to start a new life.
with fresh energy
11 having fresh energy, courage or health: Since he changed jobs he's looked like a new man.
recently produced
12 only recently produced or developed: The new buds are appearing on the trees now. + new potatoes (= ones dug from the soil early in the season)
newness noun [U]
See also - NEWLY
Idioms: break new ground to make a new discovery or do sth that has not been done before
(as) good as new
like new in very good condition, as it was when it was new: I've had your coat cleaned-it's as good as new now.
a new one on me used to say that you have not heard a particular idea, piece of information, joke, etc. before: 'Have you come across this before?' 'No, it's a new one on me.'
turn over a new leaf to change your way of life to become a better, more responsible person
what's new? (spoken) used as a friendly greeting: Hi! What's new?
Collocation Dictionary

1 recently built/made


be, look
The car still looks quite new.


brand, spanking
a scratch on my brand new car very proud of their spanking new kitchen
| fairly, quite

2 different/not familiar


These ideas are not entirely new.


very | completely, entirely, quite | fairly, quite


It was all very new and strange to me. She's still quite new to the job and needs a lot of help.


be nothing new about/in sth
There is nothing new in teenagers wanting to change the world.

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