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Turkish translation of “new”

new

adjective
 
 
/njuː/
DIFFERENT A1 different from before
yeni
I need some new shoes. Have you met Fiona's new boyfriend? He's starting his new job on Monday. We're always looking for new ways to improve our services.NewModern and fashionable
RECENTLY MADE A1 recently made
yeni, hiç kullanılmamış
Their house is quite new - it's about five years old. The factory will provide hundreds of new jobs for the area.NewModern and fashionable
NOT KNOWN BEFORE A1 not known before
tanınmamış, başka, yeni, görülmemiş
to discover a new gene/starNewModern and fashionable
be new to sb B1 If a situation or activity is new to you, you have not had experience of it before.
yeni/yabancı olmak
NewModern and fashionableInexperienced (of people)Naive and trusting
be new to sth B1 If you are new to a situation or activity, you have only recently started experiencing it.
yeni/çiçeği burnunda olmak
I'm new to the job. → See also a whole new ball game, new blood, brand new, break new ground, new heights, turn over a new leaf, give sb/sth a new lease of lifeNewModern and fashionableInexperienced (of people)Naive and trusting
(Definition of new from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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