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brand new

adjective uk   us  
B1 completely new, especially not yet used: How can he afford to buy himself a brand new car? Her coat looked as if it was brand new.
Translations of “brand new”
in Korean 새 것의…
in Arabic جَديد كُلّياً…
in Portuguese novo em folha…
in Catalan nou de trinca…
in Japanese 新品の, 真新しい…
in Italian nuovo di zecca, nuovo fiammante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 全新的,嶄新的…
in Russian совершенно новый…
in Turkish yepyeni, gıcırgıcır, hiç kullanılmamış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 全新的,崭新的…
in Polish fabrycznie nowy…
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