New

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Definition

new: recent, modern, unused, opposite of old
adjective
Is that a new dress you're wearing? I haven't seen it before.
newest the latest, the most up-to-date, recent or modern

Examples

  • "Congratulations on your new position as my life coach!"
  • "I would like you to accompany Philip on this trip in order to discuss said invoices with their accounts department while Philip discusses new orders with their buyers, thereby killing two birds with one stone."
  • "To help you achieve your goals, I need you to adopt some new habits."
  • "I'm loving my new life in the navy."
  • "You're looking fabulous today, is that a new haircut?"
  • "Horatio : Nothing new."
  • "But it's not important, I have a new wife."
  • "Brian : Of course, sir, the new factory in Spain: it's going to be the biggest and most modern manufacturing plant in the world!"
  • "It seems that the new European president serves two masters: the people of the old continent as well as Delavigne, his employer for the past decade."
  • "You remember the new factory we wanted to build in Spain?"

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