English to Latin Meaning of new - novus

New :

novus, iuvenis, recens, In Condition, recentibus, viridi,, Romanorum, renata, vivet, iuvenale, vitae, haec, primis, virgineum, primaria, unus, dulcis, alium, variis, segregatorum, magis, nimium, quamque nouum,, omnis tempus, incognita, novis, inerat Vitellio simplicitas, iuniore, imprudentis condulcabitur, retrorsum, indomitus, insueta expavisset, initium, praeter solitum, prope, JUVENIS, Iuvenalibus, adulescens, nova inventa,

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Definitions of new in English
Adjective(1) not of long duration; having just (or relatively recently(2) original and of a kind not seen before(3) lacking training or experience(4) having no previous example or precedent or parallel(5) other than the former one(s(6) unaffected by use or exposure(7) in use after medieval times(8) used of a living language; being the current stage in its development(9) (of crops(10) (often followed by `to'
Adverb(1) very recently
Examples of new in English
(1) On the day Shesh packed his bags and kissed his mom goodbye, he felt like a whole new person.(2) Finding the key to making this foam would be like discovering a new planet.(3) Life after cricket will involve working in corporate PR and new business at Surrey.(4) a new planet(5) Serve with buttered, boiled new potatoes, using the remainder of the mint as a garnish for the lamb.(6) Children would also be allowed to take toys away with them when they make a fresh start in a new home.(7) My father ended up with my brother, sister Fifi and the impending new addition.(8) The new year has brought some dramatic changes at the loch with the addition of three new fisheries.(9) They make it possible to introduce millions of new numbers over the coming years.(10) The company is also introducing new innovations to members to retain their loyalty.(11) Very new Modern art has become a little too cool and popular for its own good, he admits.(12) His actions make no sense especially in the week when a new range of highly advanced robots is unleashed.(13) Indeed, this week, we might well be standing on the threshold of a new era of violence.(14) The poor old thing was purchased new , and now has a rather worn binding and some book tape holding it together.(15) He saw his new flat as a fresh start but if it came to that, he would accept the decision of the court.(16) So is it now time to sit back and watch the arrival of a new phase in the industry?
Related Phrases of new
(1) new moon ::
nova luna,
(2) new life ::
vita nova
(3) new look ::
novus vultus
(4) new deal ::
novus deal
(5) something new ::
aliquid novi
(6) brave new world ::
fortis novum mundum
(7) new job ::
officium novum,
(8) new car ::
novus car
(9) new style ::
Novus propositum
1. recently developed ::
nuper developed
2. novel ::
3. unused ::
insueta expavisset
4. different ::
5. additional ::
7. newfangled ::
novitatibus futtilibus
8. young ::
9. unexampled ::
10. raw ::
11. fresh ::
12. modern ::
13. newly ::
1. original ::
Different Forms
new, newer, newest, newly, newness
Word Example from TV Shows
This is my new life.

This is my NEW life.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 4

lost my phone, and I've been
too busy to get a new one.

lost my phone, and I've been too busy to get a NEW one.

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 3

Okay, new plan. We go to Disneyland...

Okay, NEW plan. We go to Disneyland...

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 3

- I got you a new bed...
- A hospital bed?

- I got you a NEW bed... - A hospital bed?

Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 11

I'm sure we'll have a tournament to celebrate
your new title, if you accept.

I'm sure we'll have a tournament to celebrate your NEW title, if you accept.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 1

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