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It will be interesting to see how many of those investors stick with the company in its newly enlarged form. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The newly appointed chairman scrambled to appoint new management. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Say you want to reach newly married couples. Christianity Today (2000)A newly married pal makes the introductions. The Sun (2011)He was fostered by a newly married couple who still treat him as their son, with great love. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There were also a few disgruntled newly married men, who had chosen exactly the wrong place to go on honeymoon. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He hinted that they could be part of a conspiracy against the Government and removed the newly appointed head of the agency. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A newly married friend makes introductions. The Sun (2014)A friend who is newly married - and extremely happily married. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The business select committee has urged the government to replace its newly appointed pubs code adjudicator, claiming that he has a conflict of interest. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The newly formed defence lobby group, including three former defence chiefs, clearly intends to make its collective voice heard. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Egypt's newly elected president yesterday crushed any hopes of a swift pardon for three journalists given lengthy prison sentences by a Cairo court. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The oxygen formed ozone, shielding the sun's ultraviolet rays and allowing many classes of life to emerge in newly formed coastal shelves. The Sun (2015)This year the Conservatives have their newly appointed trade union envoy attending the TUC. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'newly'
British English: newly ADVERB
You can use newly to show that an action or situation is very recent.
She was young at the time, and newly married.
Definition of newly from the Collins English Dictionary
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