French translation of 'New Year'
1. (= festival) nouvel an m
Happy New Year! Bonne année !
to wish sb a happy New Year souhaiter la bonne année à qn
to celebrate New Year fêter le nouvel an
the New Year le nouvel an
He returned home each year to celebrate Christmas and the New Year with his family. Il revenait à la maison chaque année pour fêter Noël et le nouvel an en famille.
The restaurant was closed over the New Year. Le restaurant était fermé pour le nouvel an.
2. (= next year)
in the New Year au début de l’année prochaine
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Example Sentences Including 'New Year'
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He'll be flying out to Zurich to assume command early in the New Year.CODE BREAKER
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I'll be going out there early in the New Year to live with her.CODE BREAKER
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'New Year' in Other Languages
British English: New Year /njuː jɪə/ NOUN
New Year or the New Year is the time when people celebrate the start of a year.
Happy New Year, everyone.
- American English: New Year
- Arabic: رَأْسُ السَّنَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: Ano-Novo
- Chinese: 新年
- Croatian: Nova godina
- Czech: Nový rok
- Danish: nytår
- Dutch: Nieuwjaar
- European Spanish: Año Nuevo
- Finnish: uusi vuosi
- French: nouvel an
- German: Neujahr
- Greek: Νέο Έτος
- Italian: Anno Nuovo
- Japanese: 新年
- Korean: 새해
- Norwegian: nyttår
- Polish: Nowy Rok
- European Portuguese: Ano Novo
- Romanian: Revelion
- Russian: Новый год
- Spanish: Año Nuevo
- Swedish: nyår
- Thai: ปีใหม่
- Turkish: Yeni Yıl
- Ukrainian: Новий рік
- Vietnamese: Năm Mới
Translation of New Year from the Collins English to French Dictionary
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