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novel

adjective
 
 
/ˈnɒvəl/
new or different from anything else: a novel idea/approachNewModern and fashionable
Translations of “novel”
in Arabic جَديد, مُخْتَلِف…
in Korean 새로운…
in Malaysian baru…
in French original…
in Turkish yeni, değişik, alışılmışın dışında…
in Italian nuovo, insolito, originale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 新穎的,新奇的…
in Russian новый, свежий…
in Polish nowatorski…
in Vietnamese mới lạ…
in Spanish novedoso, original…
in Portuguese novo, inusitado…
in Thai ใหม่…
in German neuartig…
in Catalan nou, original…
in Japanese 奇抜な, 今までにない…
in Indonesian baru…
in Chinese (Simplified) 新颖的,新奇的…
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