简明英汉词典

new
[nju:]
adj.
新的, 初见的, 更新的
adv.
新近

美国传统词典[双解]

new
new
AHD:[n?, ny?]
D.J.[nu8, nju8]
K.K.[nu, nju]
adj.(形容词)
new.ernew.est

(1)

Having been made or come into being only a short time ago; recent:
新的:不久前刚制成或形成的;最近的:
a new law.
新法律

(2)

Still fresh:
仍新鲜的:
a new coat of paint.
一层新漆

(3)

Never used or worn before now:
未用过的,没穿过的:
a new car; a new hat.
新车;新帽子

(4)

Just found, discovered, or learned:
新发现的:刚发现的、新发明的或刚学的:
new information.
新信息

(5)

Not previously experienced or encountered; novel or unfamiliar:
新奇的:从未经历的或从未遇到的;新奇的或不熟悉的:
ideas new to her; visiting new places.
对她来说是新思想;参观不熟悉的地方

(6)

Different from the former or the old:
不同于以前的,与旧的不同的:
the new morality.
新道德

(7)

Recently obtained or acquired:
新获得的:最近得到的或获得的:
new political power; new money.
新政权;新财富

(8)

Additional; further:
附加的;另加的:
new sources of energy.
附加能源

(9)

Recently arrived or established in a place, position, or relationship:
初到某地的:才来的或在一个地方、位置才建的或新联系的:
new neighbors; a new president.
新邻;新执政的总统

(10)

Changed for the better; rejuvenated:
变好的;更新的:
The nap has made a new person of me.
小睡使我精神焕发

(11)

Being the later or latest in a sequence:
最近的:次序较晚或最新的:
a new edition.
新版

(12)

Currently fashionable:
目前流行的:
a new dance.
流行舞

(13)

New In the most recent form, period, or development.
New 新型的:处于新近的形式、时期或发展的

(14)

Inexperienced or unaccustomed:
无经验的或不熟悉的:
new at the job; new to the trials of parenthood.
新手;初为人父母
adv.(副词)
Freshly; recently. Often used in combination:
新鲜地;新近地。常用于合成词:
new-mown.
新割的

语源

(1)

Middle English newe
中古英语 newe

(2)

from Old English no?owe} * see newo-
源自 古英语 no?owe} *参见 newo-

继承用法

newness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

newfreshnovelnewfangledoriginal

(2)

These adjectives describe what has existed for only a short time, has only lately come into use, or has only recently arrived at a state or position, as of prominence.
这些形容词刻划了短时间存在的,刚刚投入使用的或刚进入状态或位置的事物,如名声。

(3)

New is the most general:
New 是最一般的:
a new movie;
新电影;
new clothes;
新衣服;
a new friend;
新朋友;
a new popular hero.
刚成名的英雄。
“It is time for a new generation of leadership, to cope with new problems and new opportunities. For there is a new world to be won” (John F. Kennedy). Something fresh has or has retained qualities of newness such as briskness, brightness, or purity:
“这是一个新一代领导人处理新问题、把握新机遇的时代。一个新世界将被建立” (约翰F.肯尼迪)。fresh 指一些具有或可保持新鲜品质的物质, 如活泼、聪明或纯洁:
The police found fresh fingerprints on the light switch.
警察在灯开关上发现了新留的手印。
Identifying the virus gave scientists fresh hope of discovering a vaccine.
鉴定病毒给予科学家发现疫苗的新希望。

(4)

Novel applies to what is both new and strikingly unusual:
Novel 适用于既是新的又显然不寻常的东西:
“The Spaniards were astonished at these novel maneuvers [by musketeers on skates] upon the ice” (John Lothrop Motley).
“西班牙人被这些在冰上的[滑行步兵] 进行的大规模战略演习惊得目瞪口呆” (约翰·劳斯路普·莫特利)。

(5)

Newfangled suggests that something is needlessly novel; the term is often derogatory:
Newfangled 表明有些东西无需新颖;常带有贬义:
“the newfangled doctrine of utility” (John Galt). Something that is original is novel and the first of its kind:
“新奇的实效学说” (约翰·高特)。Original 的事物是新颖的和种类中最早的:
“The science of pure mathematics, in its modern development, may claim to be the most original creation of the human spirit” (Alfred North Whitehead).
“纯数学学科,在其现代发展阶段或许可被称之为人类精神的最初创造” (阿尔弗莱德·诺斯·怀特海德)

现代英汉词典

new
[nju:; (?@) nu:]
adj.

(1)

新的;新近的
a new government
新政府
new fashions
新式样
She is learning a new language.
她在学习一门新的语言。

(2)

崭新的, 未用过的
We sell new and used furniture.
我们卖新旧家具。

(3)

新发现的; 初为人知的;新近出现的
a new star
一颗新星
the new nations of Africa
非洲新兴起的国家

(4)

更新的;新鲜的,新颖的
a new milk
新鲜牛奶
a new day
新的一天

(5)

时鲜的,刚上市的
small new potatoes
刚上市的小土豆

习惯用语

new to
不熟悉的
He was new to the town. He had never been there before.
他对这个城镇不熟悉,他从前没去过那儿。

现代英汉综合大辞典

new
[nju:]
adj.
更进一层的

(1)

新的, 陌生的

(2)

新出现的; 新开发的; 新发现[明]的; 新就任的; 新制作的, 新近的; 新到的

(3)

健康恢复了的; 精神恢复了的, 变新了的

(4)

重新开始的

(5)

不熟悉的; 不习惯的; 没经验的

(6)

摩登的, 现代的, 新式的

(7)

另加的, 附加的
[美] a new era
新时代
a new bud
新生出来的芽
new blood
新鲜血液
N-China News Agency (=NCNA)
新华通讯社 N-Learning 16世纪文艺复兴时输入英国的希腊文艺研究
new candle
【光】烛光
new chum
[澳](来自英伦三岛)新的移民
the N-Deal (1933年实施的)
新政 ②[口]新的领导, 新的管理

词性变化

new
adv.
(=newly) [主要与过去分词构成复合词]新, 新近地, 重新地
n.
[the new]新的东西, 新鲜事物

继承用法

newblown
adj.
(花)刚开的

new-born
adj.
新生的, 再生的

词性变化

new
n.
新生儿

new-build
vt.
重建

new-built
adj.
新建的

newcoined
adj.
(名词等)新造的

newcomer
n.
新来的人

newfangled
[`njU:9fAN^ld]
adj.
新花样的, 新奇的; 爱好新奇的

new-fashioned
adj.
新式的, 新流行的

new-found
adj.
新发现的

new-front
vt.
给...装上新门面

new-furnish
vt.
为(房间等)重新配上家具

new-laid
[`njU:leId]
adj.
(蛋)才生的

new-made
[`njU:meId]
adj.
才做好的, 重新做的

new-mint
vt.
新[重新]铸; 给词以新意义[解释]

new-model
[`njU:9mCdEl]
vt.
改组; 改建

new-mown
adj.
新收割的

new-rich
n., adj.
暴发户(的)

new-type
adj.
新型的

newness
n.
新, 新奇; 未熟不惯

习惯用语

brand new
崭新, 全新

new from
刚从..出来的

new to
对...(来说)不熟悉; 对...(来说)陌生

特殊用法

cum new
附新股

ex new
无新股息, 除去新股

orthoformnew
【药】新俄妥仿

sold ex new
除去新股出售

参考词汇
new     fresh     novel    
意思都指“新的”。

(1)

new指“刚刚产生的”, 如:
a new plan
一项新的计划。

(2)

fresh指“新鲜的”, 如:
fresh eggs
鲜蛋。

(3)

novel指“使人感到非同寻常或奇特的新”, 如:
a novel idea
新奇的想法。
old    

用法词典

new
中古英语newe<古英语niwe<印欧语词干newos新

英文相关词典

new
firsthand    fresh    modern    original    recent    unused    young    old    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

new
新的;新鲜的

美国传统词典

new
new
AHD:[n?, ny?]
D.J.[nu8, nju8]
K.K.[nu, nju]
adj.
new.er, new.est

(1)

Having been made or come into being only a short time ago; recent:
a new law.

(2)

Still fresh:
a new coat of paint.

(3)

Never used or worn before now:
a new car; a new hat.

(4)

Just found, discovered, or learned:
new information.

(5)

Not previously experienced or encountered; novel or unfamiliar:
ideas new to her; visiting new places.

(6)

Different from the former or the old:
the new morality.

(7)

Recently obtained or acquired:
new political power; new money.

(8)

Additional; further:
new sources of energy.

(9)

Recently arrived or established in a place, position, or relationship:
new neighbors; a new president.

(10)

Changed for the better; rejuvenated:
The nap has made a new person of me.

(11)

Being the later or latest in a sequence:
a new edition.

(12)

Currently fashionable:
a new dance.

(13)

New In the most recent form, period, or development.

(14)

Inexperienced or unaccustomed:
new at the job; new to the trials of parenthood.
adv.
Freshly; recently. Often used in combination:
new-mown.

语源

(1)

Middle English newe

(2)

from Old English no?owe} * see newo-

继承用法

newness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

new, fresh, novel, newfangled, original

(2)

These adjectives describe what has existed for only a short time, has only lately come into use, or has only recently arrived at a state or position, as of prominence.

(3)

New is the most general:
a new movie;
new clothes;
a new friend;
a new popular hero.
“It is time for a new generation of leadership, to cope with new problems and new opportunities. For there is a new world to be won” (John F. Kennedy). Something fresh has or has retained qualities of newness such as briskness, brightness, or purity:
The police found fresh fingerprints on the light switch.
Identifying the virus gave scientists fresh hope of discovering a vaccine.

(4)

Novel applies to what is both new and strikingly unusual:
“The Spaniards were astonished at these novel maneuvers [by musketeers on skates] upon the ice” (John Lothrop Motley).

(5)

Newfangled suggests that something is needlessly novel; the term is often derogatory:
“the newfangled doctrine of utility” (John Galt). Something that is original is novel and the first of its kind:
“The science of pure mathematics, in its modern development, may claim to be the most original creation of the human spirit” (Alfred North Whitehead).

英汉船舶大词典

new
n.新

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

new
【WIN,NT】新建,添加

英汉法学大词典

new
adj.新 ,新发现

英汉航海大词典

new
n.新的

英汉航空大词典

new
n.新的

英汉化学大词典

new
adj.新的,重新的,现代的,另加的;adv.新,最近

英汉海运大词典

new
新的,新造的

基本词义

new
新的

英汉经贸大词典

new
n.新的

英汉计算机大词典

new
adj.新的(重新的,现代的;adv.新(最近)

英汉建筑大词典

new
adj.新的,新式的

英汉水利大词典

new
n.新的,现代的,初次的

英汉中医大词典

new
n.新的

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