Current or later, as opposed to former. (adjective)
Used to distinguish something established more recently, named after something or some place previously existing. (adjective)
In original condition; pristine; not previously worn or used. (adjective)
Refreshed, reinvigorated, reformed. (adjective)
Of recent origin; having taken place recently. (adjective)
Strange, unfamiliar or not previously known. (adjective)
Recently arrived or appeared. (adjective)
Inexperienced or unaccustomed at some task. (adjective)
next; about to begin or recently begun (adjective)
As new; from scratch. (adverb)
Things that are new. (noun)
A kind of light beer. (noun)
To make new; to renew. (verb)
Examples of word new
No. 844/General Motors/U.S./Consumer durables In June 2009 Â“oldÂ” GM filed for bankruptcy and sold Â“substantiallyÂ” all of its assets to a new independent company (the Â”newÂ” GM), which currently doesnÂ’t trade.
Consumers Union, together with five other consumer and science groups, today expressed continued support for the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA), and urged President Obama to appoint new leadership to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to help implement the newÂ law.
It was the _other_ new, too, the _new_ new -- the new people, including my uncle, who soon would see what Father and Mother and I had built.
(NOH-vuh) In astronomy, the appearance of a new star in the sky (nova is Latin for Â“newÂ”).
New floormats, new carpets, newÂ side carpets, new seat.