Hindi translation of 'newly'
newly /ˈnjuːli, Am ˈnuːli ˈन्यूली Am ˈनूली/
Newly is used before past participles or adjectives to indicate that an action or a situation is very recent.
...a newly married man.
...the newly independent countries of Africa.
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Example Sentences Including 'newly'
And he had discarded his anorak in favour of a newly acquired secondhand duffel coat.Forests of the Night
Arriving in Leningrad he took particular pleasure in greeting his friend with a few of his newly mastered Russian phrases.A Song at Twilight
You could tell the newly middle-class houses by looking into the basement areas.Left, Right and Centre
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Translation of newly from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary