English to Latin Meaning :: novel

Novel :
Romanorum
novus, inauditus, incompertus, inconpertus, repens - RomanorumnovelnoveletteNovelettesFABULATORnovelistsnovelizationnovelizationsnovelizenovelizesconscripserit
 
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Noun(1) an extended fictional work in prose; usually in the form of a story(2) a printed and bound book that is an extended work of fiction
Adjective(1) original and of a kind not seen before(2) pleasantly new or different

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(1) In addition to the known genes, we identified six mutations of novel genes.(2) she was reading a paperback novel(3) Two hundred years later the playwright Christopher Hampton took Laclos's novel and turned it into a play.(4) This is not to say that this campaign has not produced any novel ideas; they have just been lost in the flood.(5) Red Dragon is adapted from the Thomas Harris novel of the same name.(6) Adapted from the original novel by H.G. Wells, the film is co-directed by his great-grandson Simon Wells.(7) If you were to choose a Janet Frame novel to make into a radio drama, Living in the Maniototo might not be it.(8) But it's an entirely novel concept and provides a totally different experience to the viewer.(9) The classic English detective novel marries the two elements.(10) One novel idea is to attempt a mass centipede walk around the athletics track at the County Ground.(11) Q. Do you fancy the challenge of adapting a graphic novel ?(12) the novel is the most adaptable of all literary forms(13) Is it comparable then to the greatest novel of the century, Ulysses?(14) It is not surprising that Fisher's novel ideas took time to become accepted.(15) Critics note that novel genes introduced into GM plants could produce proteins that are toxic, allergenic or carcinogenic.(16) Last autumn and winter brought the prospect of a new manager and fresh legs and novel ideas.
Related Words
(1) the novel ::
novae
(2) graphic novel ::
graphic novel
(3) detective novel ::
detective novel
(4) historical novel ::
historia liber novis
(5) mystery novel ::
sacramentum novae
(6) fantasy novel ::
fantasy Romanum
(7) crime novel ::
novum crimen
(8) novel idea ::
ideam Romanum
(9) romantic novel ::
Romanorum venereum
(10) light novel ::
nova lux
Synonyms
Adjective
1. new ::
novus
2. original ::
original
3. unusual ::
insolitam
4. unfamiliar ::
incognita
5. unconventional ::
unconventional
6. unorthodox ::
insuetam
7. different ::
alium
8. fresh ::
recentibus
9. imaginative ::
imaginatiua
10. innovative ::
innovative
12. inventive ::
inventivum
13. modern ::
modern
14. neoteric ::
neoteric
15. avant-garde ::
Avant-garde
17. groundbreaking ::
groundbreaking
18. revolutionary ::
rerum
19. rare ::
rara
20. unique ::
unique
21. singular ::
singulari
22. unprecedented ::
quamque nouum,
23. experimental ::
experimentalem
24. untested ::
sed ineffraenata libido
25. untried ::
indemnatum inpune voluistis
26. strange ::
novis
27. exotic ::
exoticis
28. newfangled ::
novitatibus futtilibus
Noun
29. book ::
liber
30. paperback ::
paperback
31. hardcover ::
paperback
32. story ::
fabula
33. tale ::
fabula
34. narrative ::
narrationis
35. romance ::
romance
37. piece of fiction ::
fragmen ficta
38. bestseller ::
Liber prosperissimus et mirabilis
39. blockbuster ::
blockbuster
40. potboiler ::
potboiler
Antonyms
1. familiar ::
nota
2. hackneyed ::
CALCATUS
3. old ::
veteris
4. tired ::
lassata est
Different Forms
novel, novelette, novelettes, novelist, novelists, novelization, novelizations, novelize, novelizes, novels
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Now, in the beloved novel
<i>Hitchhiker\'s Guide to the Galaxy...</i>

Now, in the beloved NOVEL Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy...

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 8


Yeah.
He\'s, uh, over in the graphic novel section.

Yeah. He's, uh, over in the graphic NOVEL section.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 7


You can write a novel.\0

You can write a NOVEL.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 4


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