简明英汉词典

news
[nju:z]
n.
新闻, 消息

美国传统词典[双解]

news
news
AHD:[n?z, ny?z]
D.J.[nu8z, nju8z]
K.K.[nuz, njuz]
pl.n.(used with a sing. verb)(复数名词)(与单数动词连用)

(1)

Information about recent events or happenings, especially as reported by newspapers, periodicals, radio, or television.
新闻:最近事件的信息,特别是通过报纸、期刊、广播和电视进行报导

(2)

A presentation of such information, as in a newspaper or on a newscast.
新闻报导:如报纸和新闻广播中对这类信息的报导

(3)

New information of any kind:
各种新信息:
The requirement was news to him.
这种要求对他是新闻

(4)

Newsworthy material:
有新闻价值的材料:
“a public figure on a scale unimaginable in America; whatever he did was news”(James Atlas)
“在美国一个具有崇高地位的公众人物;他所做的任何事情都是新闻”(詹姆斯·阿特拉斯)

语源
Middle English newes [new things, tidings] [pl. of] newe [new thing, new] * see new
中古英语 newes [新事情,新潮] [] newe的复数 [新事情,新的] *参见 new

继承用法

newsless
adj.(形容词)

参考词汇

(1)

newsadviceintelligencetidingsword

(2)

The central meaning shared by these nouns is “information about hitherto unknown events and happenings”:
这些名词所共有的中心意思是“有关到目前为止不知道的事件的信息”:
just heard the good news;
刚听到好消息;
sent advice that the mortgage would be foreclosed;
通知他们抵押品将被取消赎回权;
a source of intelligence about the negotiations;
商谈的一个情报来源;
tidings of victory;
胜利的讯息;
received word of the senator's death.
得到议员死亡的传闻

注释
If you take the first letters of the directions North, East, West, and South, it is true that you have the letters of the word news, but it is not true that you have the etymology of news, contrary to what has often been thought. The history of the word is much less clever than this and not at all unexpected. News is simply the plural of the noun new, which we use, for example, in the adage “Out with the old, in with the new.” The first recorded user of this plural to mean “tidings” may have been James I of Scotland; a work possibly written by him around 1437 contains the words “Awak . . . I bring The [thee] newis [news] glad.” It is pleasant to see that the first news was good. However, his descendant James I of England is the first person recorded (1616) to have said“No newis is better than evill newis,”or as we would put it, “No news is good news.”
如果你取北、东、西、南四个单词各自的首字母,就得到单词news 的所有字母, 但是这并非news 的出处。 这个词的历史远比这巧妙且不是完全不可想象的。News 是名词 new 的复数形式, 举例来说,我们在谚语“旧的去了,新的来了”中使用了这个词。关于把这个词的复数作为“音讯”来用的最早记录是苏格兰的詹姆士一世,在他写的一本约1437年的书里有这样的话语“阿瓦克……,我给你带来好消息,”看到第一条是好消息是很让人高兴的。然而,他的后代英格兰的詹姆士一世却是记载(1616年)最先说出下面的话的人:“没有消息比坏消息好” 或者如我们所说的“没有消息就是好消息”

现代英汉词典

news
[nju:z; (?@) nu:z]
n.

(1)

新闻; 消息
As a news reporter in the war, she was exposed to many dangers. (喻)
作为一个战地新闻记者,她经历过许多危险。
It was good news.
这是个好消息。

(2)

(广播、电视的)新闻节目;新闻报导
We listen to the news on the radio.
我们收听广播里的新闻报导。

现代英汉综合大辞典

news
[nju:z]
n.
[pl.][用作单]

(1)

新闻, 消息; 新闻报道

(2)

新事件, 奇闻; 音信

(3)

[News ](作报刊名用)...报
foreign news
国外消息
home news
国内消息
news to this hour
最新消息
piper's news
过时的消息
New York News
《纽约新闻报》
I have had no news from him for a long time.
我好久不知道他的消息了。
You may not like her, but she is news.
你也许不喜欢她, 但她是新闻人物。

继承用法

newsagency
n.
通讯社

newsagent
[`njU:z9eIdVEnt]
n.
报刊经销人

newsbeat
[`njU:zbi:t]
n.
新闻记者采访区

newsboy
[5nju:zbCI]
n.
报童, 送报人

news-cameraman
n.
新闻摄影记者

newscast
[`njU:zkB:st; -kAst]
n.
新闻广播

newscaster
[`njU:z9kB:stE(r); -9kAstE(r)]
n.
新闻广播员

newscasting
n., adj.
新闻广 播(的)

newseditor
n.
报刊的社会新闻编辑 news-film

词性变化

news
[nju:z]
n.
新闻(影)片, 记录(影)片

newsflash
n.
简短的新闻报道

news-gatherer
n.
新闻记者

newshawk,news-hound
n.
新闻记者

newshen
[`njU:zhen]
n.
[美俚]女新闻记者

newsletter
[`njU:z9letE(r)]
n.
时事通讯; 新闻信札, 业务通信

newsmagazine
[`njU:z9mA^E`zi:n]
n.
新闻杂志, 时事刊物

newsman
[`njU:zmAn]
n.
卖报人, 送报人; 新闻记者

newsmaker
[`njU:z9meIkE(r)]
n.
[美]新闻人物

newsmonger
[`njU:z9mQN^E(r)]
n.
传播新闻的人, 饶舌的人

newsorgan
n.
[美]报纸, 新闻杂志, 新闻喉舌

newsprint
[5nju:zprInt]
n.
新闻纸, 白报纸

newsreel
[5nju:zri:l]
n.
[美]新闻影片

newsroom
n.
[英]阅报室, [美](报馆, 广播电台, 电视台的)编辑部

newssheet
n.

(1)

单张报纸

(2)

=news letter newsstand
n.
报摊, 报亭

news-vendor
n.
报纸经销人

newsworthy
[5nju:zw\:TI]
adj.
有新闻价值的

news-writer
n.
新闻记者

newsless
[`njU:zlIs]
adj.

习惯用语

bad news

(1)

讨厌的人[物]; 倒霉的人[物]

(2)

[美俚]帐单

Bad news has wings.
[谚]好事不出门, 恶事传千里。

Bad news travels quickly.
[谚]好事不出门, 恶事传千里。

Ill news comes apace
[谚]好事不出门, 恶事传千里。

Ill news flies fast.
[谚]好事不出门, 恶事传千里。

big with news
恨不得把肚子里的消息马上转告别人

break the news
委婉地把坏消息告诉(某人)

break the news to sb.
委婉地把坏消息告诉(某人)

fiddler's news
迟到的消息

Good news goes on crutches.
[谚]好事不出门。

heavy news
坏消息; 不幸的消息

hot news
最新消息

in the news
成为新闻, 为报纸所报导

Job'snews
不幸的消息, 凶讯(出自《圣经》)

No news, good news. (=No news is good news.)
[谚]没有消息, 就是好消息。

on the news
在广播或电视新闻中

spot news
最新消息; 出人意料的新闻

stop-press news
截稿新闻, 最新消息

That is news to sb.
某人还不知道

It is news to sb.
某人还不知道

特殊用法

broadcasting news
广播新闻

Chapter news
学会、协会地方分支会新闻, 支会通讯(学会、协会会刊上所辟专栏之一)

financial news
交易所新闻, 股票消息, 证券报表

front-page news
重要新闻, 头版新闻, 登在第一版上的消息

half-tone news
照相?ㄖ?

newsgathering news
电子 新闻采访

offset news (print)
胶版新闻 纸, 彩色报纸

positive news
好消息, 确切消息

radio news
广播消息

reeled news
卷筒新闻纸

spot news
最新消息; 出人意料的新闻

stop-press news
截稿新闻, 最新消息

super-standard news
特号新闻纸

table news
便笺纸

用法词典

news
new新+ -s

英文相关词典

news
information    story    tidings    word    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

news
新闻;报道

美国传统词典

news
news
AHD:[n?z, ny?z]
D.J.[nu8z, nju8z]
K.K.[nuz, njuz]
pl.n.(used with a sing. verb)

(1)

Information about recent events or happenings, especially as reported by newspapers, periodicals, radio, or television.

(2)

A presentation of such information, as in a newspaper or on a newscast.

(3)

New information of any kind:
The requirement was news to him.

(4)

Newsworthy material:
“a public figure on a scale unimaginable in America; whatever he did was news”(James Atlas)

语源
Middle English newes [new things, tidings] [pl. of] newe [new thing, new] * see new

继承用法

newsless
adj.

参考词汇

(1)

news, advice, intelligence, tidings, word

(2)

The central meaning shared by these nouns is “information about hitherto unknown events and happenings”:
just heard the good news;
sent advice that the mortgage would be foreclosed;
a source of intelligence about the negotiations;
tidings of victory;
received word of the senator's death.

注释
If you take the first letters of the directions North, East, West, and South, it is true that you have the letters of the word news, but it is not true that you have the etymology of news, contrary to what has often been thought. The history of the word is much less clever than this and not at all unexpected. News is simply the plural of the noun new, which we use, for example, in the adage “Out with the old, in with the new.” The first recorded user of this plural to mean “tidings” may have been James I of Scotland; a work possibly written by him around 1437 contains the words “Awak . . . I bring The [thee] newis [news] glad.” It is pleasant to see that the first news was good. However, his descendant James I of England is the first person recorded (1616) to have said“No newis is better than evill newis,”or as we would put it, “No news is good news.”

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

NeWS
= Network-extensible Window System,网络扩充窗口系统

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