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1 Translation result for new in Spanish


new adjective

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nuevo; reciente; distinto

Example sentences of
new adjective

  • They visited the new library.
  • I saw their new baby for the first time.
  • They planted new trees on the campus.
  • a new kind of music
  • She couldn't afford a new car, so she bought a used one.
  • He bought the car new.
  • She is eager to see his new apartment.
  • This is my new stepsister.
  • the young man and his new wife
  • I made a new friend today.

Detailed synonyms for new adjective

New, novel, modern, original, fresh, newfangled significan recientemente traído a la existencia, puesto en uso o puesto en un estado o condición particular.
  • New puede aplicarse a algo que acaba de hacerse y que no se ha usado <new sneakers>, o a lo que no se ha conocido o experimentado anteriormente <starts his new job>.
    antonyms: old
  • Novel se aplica a algo que no solamente es nuevo, sino también extraño e inaudito <suggested a novel approach to the problem>.
  • Modern se aplica a lo que pertenece al tiempo actual o es característico de éste <an 18th-century house with an ugly modern porch attached>.
    antonyms: ancient, antique
  • Original se aplica a lo que es el primero en existir en su clase, o a lo que lo produce <an original idea>.
  • Fresh se aplica a lo que es nuevo o parece serlo, o a lo que no ha perdido sus cualidades de novedad, tales como la vivacidad, la energía o la brillantez <the incident was still fresh in his memory>.
    antonyms: stale
  • Newfangled, un término informal, significa inventado o desarrollado recientemente y frecuentemente implica difícil de entender <his grandson owns all the newfangled electronic toys>.

Related phrases for new

Reverse translation for new

nuevo  - new 
reciente  - recent 
distinto  - different, distinct, clear, evident 
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