Definition of 'newborn'
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Or a wool coat to keep newborn lambs warm? Times, Sunday Times (2007)And to do it for your newborn daughter! Times, Sunday Times (2015)You have to be incredibly careful with the newborn ones because they are tiny. The Sun (2014)He left a widow and newborn son. The Sun (2013)Imagine watching a newborn lamb arrive in the world and take its first steps. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He had been anxious about the amount of time his work was keeping him away from his newborn son. Times, Sunday Times (2013)For most young parents, one newborn is hard enough work. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The guy runs straight into it and drops, like a newborn lamb. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'newborn'
British English: newborn /ˈnjuːˌbɔːn/ ADJECTIVE
A newborn baby or animal is one that has just been born.
This equipment has saved the lives of a number of newborn children.
- American English: newborn
- Arabic: وَلِيدٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: recém-nascido
- Chinese: 新生的
- Croatian: novorođen
- Czech: novorozený
- Danish: nyfødt
- Dutch: pasgeboren
- European Spanish: recién nacido
- Finnish: vastasyntynyt
- French: nouveau-né
- German: neugeboren
- Greek: νεογέννητος
- Italian: neonato
- Japanese: 生まれたばかりの
- Korean: 갓난
- Norwegian: nyfødt
- Polish: nowonarodzony
- European Portuguese: recém-nascido
- Romanian: nou-născut
- Russian: новорожденный
- Spanish: recién nacido
- Swedish: nyfödd
- Thai: แรกเกิด
- Turkish: yeni doğan
- Ukrainian: новонароджений
- Vietnamese: mới sinh
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