adjective: new; comparative adjective: newer; superlative adjective: newest
- 1.not existing before; made, introduced, or discovered recently or now for the first time."new crop varieties"
synonyms: recently developed, up to date, latest, current, state-of-the-art, contemporary, advanced, recent, modern, cutting-edge, leading-edgeMore
- of recent origin or arrival."a new baby"
- (of food or drink) freshly or recently produced.
- (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"
- (of a person) inexperienced at or unaccustomed to doing (something)."I'm quite new to gardening"
- (in place names) discovered or founded later than and named after.adjective: New"New York"
- 3.just beginning or beginning anew and regarded as better than what went before."starting a new life"
- (of a person) reinvigorated or restored."a bottle of pills would make him a new man"
synonyms: reinvigorated, restored, revived, improved, refreshed, regenerated, reborn"I came back a new woman"
- superseding another or others of the same kind, and advanced in method or theory."the new architecture"
- reviving another or others of the same kind."the New Bohemians"
- 1.newly; recently."new-mown hay"