The Word is:”new”

new

adjective

adjective: new; comparative adjective: newer; superlative adjective: newest

1. produced, introduced, or discovered recently or now for the first time; not existing before.
“the new Madonna album”

synonyms: recently developed, newly discovered, brand new, up to the minute, up to date, latest,
current, state-of-the-art, contemporary, present-day, advanced, recent, modern; newly arrived, newborn
“Roger used new techniques of measuring and recording growth”

  • novel, fresh, original, unhackneyed, imaginative, creative, experimental, new-fashioned, contemporary, modernist, up to date;
    newfangled, modish, ultra-modern, avant-garde, futuristic;
    informal way out, far out
    “the committee is generally tolerant of new ideas”
  • antonyms: old, existing, old-fashioned, stale, hackneyed

  • not previously used or owned.
    “a second-hand bus costs a fraction of a new one”
    synonyms: unused, brand new, as new, pristine, fresh, mint, in mint condition
    “you have to decide whether to buy your boat new or second-hand”
    antonyms: second-hand, used

  • of recent origin or arrival.
    “a new baby”
  • (of vegetables) dug or harvested early in the season.
    “new potatoes”
  • 2. already existing but seen, experienced, or acquired recently or now for the first time.
    “her new bike”

  • unfamiliar or strange to (someone).
    “a way of living that was new to me”
  • inexperienced at or unaccustomed to (an activity).
    “I’m quite new to gardening”
  • different from a recent previous one.
    “I have a new assistant”
    synonyms: different, another, alternative, changed, unfamiliar, unknown, strange, unaccustomed, untried
    “new neighbours had recently moved in”
    antonyms: present
  • in addition to another or others already existing.
    “looking for new business”
    synonyms: additional, added, extra, increased, more, supplementary, supplemental, further, another, fresh
    “the school has just had a new classroom built”
    antonyms: existing
  • discovered or founded later than and named after.
    adjective: New
    “New York”
  • 3. beginning a new and in a transformed way.
    “starting a new life”

  • (of a person) reinvigorated.
    “a bottle of pills would make him a new man”
    synonyms: reinvigorated, restored, revived, improved, refreshed, regenerated, reborn, renewed, remodelled
    “I went into hospital feeling very poorly and came out a new woman”
  • superseding and more advanced than another or others of the same kind.
    “the new architecture”
  • reviving another or others of the same kind.
    “the New Bohemians”
  • adverb

    adverb: new

    1.newly; recently.
    “new-mown hay”

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