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novel

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈnɒvəl/
B1 a book that tells a story about imaginary people and events
roman
Have you read any good novels lately?Types of film, play, book etc.Kinds of booksLiterature in general
novelist noun [C] B2 someone who writes novels
romancı
Occupations and tradesPeople who write for work or pleasureLiterature in general
Translations of “novel”
in Arabic رِواية…
in Korean 소설…
in Malaysian novel…
in French roman…
in Italian romanzo…
in Chinese (Traditional) (長篇)小說…
in Russian роман…
in Polish powieść…
in Vietnamese tiểu thuyết…
in Spanish novela…
in Portuguese romance…
in Thai นวนิยาย…
in German der Roman…
in Catalan novel·la…
in Japanese 小説…
in Indonesian novel…
in Chinese (Simplified) (长篇)小说…
(Definition of novel noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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