♦ newly

♦ newly
♦ newly /ˈnju:lɪ/
1 di recente; di fresco; da poco tempo; appena: a newly discovered country, una regione scoperta di recente; a guest newly arrived, un ospite appena arrivato
2 di nuovo; in modo nuovo: a flat newly furnished, un appartamento arredato di nuovo
● (sport) a newly promoted team, una squadra neopromossa.

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