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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “news”

news

noun [U]     /njuːz/ US  /nuːz/
information or reports about recent events
消息;新闻
That's the best (piece of) news I've heard for a long time!
那是我很长时间以来听到过的最好的消息!
We've had no news of them since they left for Australia.
自从他们去了澳大利亚之后,我们一直没有他们的消息。
Have you heard the news about Tina and Tom? They're getting divorced.
你听说蒂娜和汤姆的事情了吗?他们要离婚了。
Do write and tell us all your news.
一定写信告诉我们你的近况。
[+ that] The news that Madge had resigned took everyone by surprise.
玛奇辞职的消息让众人大为震惊。
We've got some good news for you. We're getting married.
我们有好消息要宣布。我们要结婚了。
Information and messages
the news a television or radio programme consisting of reports about recent events
新闻报道;新闻节目
I usually watch the early evening/late night news.
我通常收看晚间/午夜新闻。
Was there anything interesting on the news this evening?
今晚的新闻里有什么趣事吗?
The press and news reportingProgrammes and other broadcasts
break (the) news to tell someone about something bad which has just happened and which has an effect on them
说出实情,透露坏消息
I was devastated when the doctor broke the news to me.
当医生告诉我这个消息时,我简直要崩溃了。
Where were you when the news of Kennedy's assassination broke (= became known)?
肯尼迪遇刺的消息曝光时你在哪里?
Announcing, informing and stating
be good/bad news to be someone or something that will affect a person or situation well/badly
(对…有利/不利)
He's bad news for the company. He should never have been given the job.
他对公司没有好处,当初根本不该给他这份工作。
Hoping and hopefulnessPotentialNot hopeful
be in the news to be reported about
被报道
They've been in the news a lot recently because of their marital problems.
他们最近由于婚姻问题而频繁出现在新闻报道中。
The press and news reportingBroadcasting in general
(Definition of news noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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