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Meaning of “new girl/boy” in the English Dictionary

"new girl/boy" in British English

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new girl/boynoun [C]

uk   us   mainly UK
a ​child who has ​recentlystarted going to a ​school someone who has ​recentlybecomeinvolved with an ​activity or ​organization: Mark Kennedy is the new ​boy in the ​government.
(Definition of new girl/boy from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “new girl/boy”
in Chinese (Simplified) 刚上学的孩子,(小学)新生, 新手, 新成员…
in Chinese (Traditional) 剛上學的孩子,(小學)新生, 新手, 新成員…
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