Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "New"

The meaning of "New" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does your new normal mean?
A: By itself, it doesn't really make sense. It sounds like it's going to describe something. Kinda like saying 普通と新しい...
Q: What does What's new? mean?
A: It is a phrase used to ask you "What is new in your life?"
Q: What does "What's new?" mean?
A: It's another way of saying how are you or how have you been?
Q: What does a new high mean?
A: In that sentence it refers to the line graphs on which stock markets are displayed. The recent event is the highest part of the line graph, which means the most money for the company
Q: What does what's new? mean?
A: Respond with anything you have done recently. Usually good things :-). Have you travelled anywhere? Has anything good happened at work? Anything that happened recently to you or you think they might not know you did.

Example sentences using "New"

Q: Please show me example sentences with What's new with you?
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A: Person A - "Hey, what's going on?"
Person B - "I have just been working recently, I got a job at the deli. What's new with you?"
Person A - "Well I got a new dog yesterday."
basically asking what has gone on recently in their life
Q: Please show me example sentences with new.
A: i have a new dog
i am new here
my dad bought a new shirt
i want to start a new life with you
you must be new here
Q: Please show me example sentences with “turn over a new leaf” .
A: They aren't many native phrases. It tends to be a phrase in itself

"New year! Time to turn a new leaf!"

It just signifies anything new.
Q: Please show me example sentences with new to.
A: I am new to this area.

This information is new to me.

Are you new to the game?
Q: Please show me example sentences with what's for new.
A: What's for new does not make sense. What's new does.

Synonyms of "New" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between new and newish ?
A: "new-ish" just refers to something that is kind of new but not completely, so someone who's been working at an office for 6 months isn't exactly brand new, so they're "new-ish"
Q: What is the difference between new and new-frangled ?
A:new-fangled」です。

It implies the speaker doesn’t like the new thing or that it’s unnecessary.
Q: What is the difference between new and brand-new ?
A: "new" usually means something that is recently purchased, or never been used.
"*brand* new" is just an emphasizer and implies that something has not been used yet or has only been used, perhaps, just this once for the first time (as in the case of clothes or shoes).
Q: What is the difference between new and brand new ?
A: Like indigofire24 said, it means the same thing. However, I would add that saying something is "brand new" adds emphasis on how new it is.

Example: I spilled soup on my brand new shoes!
I got this brand new dress for the party!

While "new" does not have nearly as much emphasis on its own.
"I got a new phone case."
Q: What is the difference between new and brand new ?
A: It's usually just a matter or emphasis -- "brand new" just emphasizes that something is new. But also sometimes "new" means "new to you". For example, you got rid of your car and then bought a used one. You could call this car "new" because it is new to you, though it is used. But if you wanted to say you bought car that is absolutely new and has not been driven, then you could say "brand new".

Translations of "New"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? new half-asians
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ( 場面は英会話教室の授業中です) 私のwhat’s new! は一番最後にしてもらえませんか?とても緊張しやすい性格なんです
A: "Can you ask me last?"
"Can you ask me after everyone else?"

"I get very nervous"
"I get super nervous"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? hello :) I'm new in this
A: pronuntation?
helou aiam niuw in dis
Hola yo soy nuevo en esto
:)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hello I'm new here
A: Hello I'm new here
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? hello . I'm new here
A: "Hello, I'm new here." Welcome to HiNative, latibraj!

Other questions about "New"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce new and nude .
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Q: Hello new teacher, Miss Park.
I'm glad to be taught from you.
I'm looking forward to enjoying your class. does this sound natural?
A: I would just say; "Hello, Miss Park"

"I'm glad I will be taught by you."
Q: Happy New Year!
Thank you for sending me the new year's greeting e-mail with a photo.
I would like to extend the best wishes to you! May the New Year bring only good things to all of you! does this sound natural?
A: 'extend ' should change into 'express' in my opinion:)
Q: New play begins (it refers new sport game is starting; like 'U.S. Open tournament play begins at Chambers Bay') does this sound natural?
A: Yeah, I think it is acceptable!

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