Definition of 'brand-new'
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Fancy being part of a brand-new flower show? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Expect the unexpected in this brand-new chat show. The Sun (2010)Why would anyone throw that kind of money away just to drive a brand-new car? Times, Sunday Times (2006)There is absolutely no point in owning a brand-new car. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The heroes in a half shell are back with a brand-new series. The Sun (2014)This brand-new comedy series is all about what happens to a couple after one of them has an affair. The Sun (2014)When i visit, the final touches are being put to a brand-new kitchen and giant new oven. Times, Sunday Times (2015)PISCES What makes a home feel brand-new? The Sun (2014)No one I knew lived in a brand-new home. Times, Sunday Times (2015)CAPRICORN Who makes home life feel brand-new? The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'brand-new'
British English: brand-new /brændˈnjuː/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is brand-new is completely new.
Yesterday he went off to buy himself a brand-new car.
- American English: brand-new
- Arabic: جَديد
- Brazilian Portuguese: novo em folha
- Chinese: 崭新的
- Croatian: nov novcat
- Czech: zbrusu nový
- Danish: splinterny
- Dutch: gloednieuw
- European Spanish: flamante
- Finnish: upouusi
- French: tout neuf
- German: brandneu
- Greek: ολοκαίνουργιος
- Italian: nuovo di zecca
- Japanese: 新品の
- Korean: 아주 새로운
- Norwegian: splitter ny
- Polish: nowiusieńki
- European Portuguese: novo em folha
- Romanian: nou-nouț
- Russian: совершенно новый
- Spanish: flamante
- Swedish: splitterny
- Thai: ใหม่เอี่ยม
- Turkish: yepyeni
- Ukrainian: абсолютно новий
- Vietnamese: mới toanh
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