Definition of 'news'
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So this is great news for us. The Sun (2017)It would also be good news for anyone planning an inside job. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Please do not get too excited about this news. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There was good and bad news yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The news has come as another terrible blow to the sport. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It will allow some of its biggest names to declare only a portion of their news and radio earnings. The Sun (2017) Great news he is going early. The Sun (2017)This is good news, yet also bad. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But there was some good news for the world 's wildlife. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This recent good news is not confined to the US. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This is not only true for news and information but for entertainment as well. Sociology (1995)Which is great news for those of us already committed to this same regime. The Sun (2015)Zero inflation is good news for the economy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We are interested in the person behind the news. Times, Sunday Times (2010)One of his uncles is minister of culture and regularly calls him with news of the country. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Some things about him might have bothered the staid news agency we both worked for. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They need to hear good news about as much as you need to give it. Christianity Today (2000)The channel has established itself as a major force in news broadcasting in that time. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Who wants to be the bearer of bad news? The Sun (2015)The important news is that he has run out of whisky. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You would go back to a handful of radio news bulletins. The Sun (2008)They tell us the news of the world. A BOOK OF LANDS AND PEOPLES (2003)The news comes as millions face pay freezes or tiny wage increases. The Sun (2011)Certain exhibits stir memories of recent news stories. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This was great news as we were halfway there. The Sun (2009)But most spurned lovers at least get the news in person. The Sun (2008)And will his departure be good or bad news for the country? Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'news'
British English: news /njuːz/ NOUN
News is information about a recently changed situation or a recent event.
We waited for news of him.
- American English: news
- Arabic: أَخْبَارٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: notícias
- Chinese: 新闻
- Croatian: vijesti
- Czech: zprávy
- Danish: nyheder
- Dutch: nieuws
- European Spanish: noticia
- Finnish: uutiset
- French: nouvelles
- German: Nachrichten
- Greek: ειδήσεις
- Italian: notizie
- Japanese: ニュース
- Korean: 뉴스
- Norwegian: nyheter
- Polish: wiadomości
- European Portuguese: notícias
- Romanian: știre
- Russian: новости
- Spanish: noticia
- Swedish: nyheter
- Thai: ข่าว
- Turkish: haberler
- Ukrainian: новини
- Vietnamese: tin tức
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