newsnoun [ U ]uk /njuːz/ us /nuːz/
We've got some good news for you. We're getting married.
break the news
be good/bad news
be in the news
- I watched the colour drain from her face as she heard the news.
- He was crushed by the news of the accident.
- They crowded round the spokesperson, eager for any news.
- Highlights of the match will be shown after the news.
- The news of his resignation came as a surprise to one and all.
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