Definition of 'New Year'
Example sentences containing 'New Year'
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Busy down here as usual, and I've been offered some freelance work in the new year. 52449_CLARA (2001)
He'll be flying out to Zurich to assume command early in the New Year. CODE BREAKERI do rather rely on the New Year 's party to find my escort for the year. NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIESI'll be going out there early in the New Year to live with her. CODE BREAKER
Trends of 'New Year'
In Common Usage. New Year is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'New Year'
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
Definition of New Year from the Collins English Dictionary
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