English translation of 'novato'
novatonovata [noˈvatu, a]
masculine noun, feminine noun
1. (principiante) beginner, novice
2. (education) fresher
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'novato' in Other Languages
British English: green /ɡriːn/ ADJECTIVE
inexperienced If you say that someone is green, you mean that they have had very little experience of life or a particular job.
He was a young lad, very green, very immature.
- American English: green inexperienced
- Arabic: قَلِيلُ الـخِبْرَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: novato
- Chinese: 无经验的
- Croatian: neiskusan
- Czech: nezkušený
- Danish: grøn uerfaren
- Dutch: groen onervaren
- European Spanish: verde inmaduro
- Finnish: kokematon
- French: bleu nouveau
- German: unerfahren
- Greek: άπειρος
- Italian: inesperto
- Japanese: 未熟な 経験不足
- Korean: 미숙한
- Norwegian: grønn
- Polish: zielony
- European Portuguese: novato
- Romanian: necopt
- Russian: неопытный
- Latin American Spanish: verde inexperto
- Swedish: oerfaren
- Thai: คนอ่อนหัด
- Turkish: acemi
- Ukrainian: замолодий
- Vietnamese: thiếu kinh nghiệm
British English: fledgling ADJECTIVE
You use fledgling to describe a person, organization, or system that is new or without experience.
...the sound practical advice he gave to fledgling writers.
British English: novice NOUN
A novice is someone who has been doing a job or other activity for only a short time and so is not experienced at it.
I'm a novice at these things, sir. You're the professional.
Translation of novato from the Collins Portuguese to English