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brand-new

(brănd′no͞o′, -nyo͞o′)
adj.
Being in a fresh and unused condition; completely new.

brand-new

adj
absolutely new
[C16: from brand (n) + new, likened to newly forged iron]

brand-new

(ˈbrænˈnu, -ˈnyu, ˈbrænd-)

adj.
entirely new.
[1560–70]
brand′-new′ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.brand-new - conspicuously new; "shiny brand-new shoes"; "a spick-and-span novelty"
new - not of long duration; having just (or relatively recently) come into being or been made or acquired or discovered; "a new law"; "new cars"; "a new comet"; "a new friend"; "a new year"; "the New World"

brand-new

adjective
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Translations

brand-new

[ˈbrændˈnjuː] ADJ [car, motorbike] → salido de fábrica, flamante; [house, sofa] → completamente nuevo; [boyfriend, TV series] → nuevo

brand-new

[ˈbrændˈnjuː] adjnuovo/a di zecca, nuovo/a fiammante

brand

(brӕnd) noun
1. a maker's name or trademark. a new brand; (also adjective) a brand name.
2. a variety. He has his own brand of humour.
3. a mark on cattle etc to show who owns them, made with a hot iron.
verb
1. to mark cattle etc with a hot iron.
2. to make a permanent impression on. His name is branded on my memory.
3. to attach (permanent) disgrace to. branded for life as a thief.
ˌbrand-ˈnew adjective
completely new. a brand-new dress.

brand-new

جَديد zbrusu nový splinterny brandneu ολοκαίνουργιος flamante upouusi tout neuf nov novcat nuovo di zecca 新品の 아주 새로운 gloednieuw splitter ny nowiusieńki novo em folha совершенно новый splitterny ใหม่เอี่ยม yepyeni mới toanh 崭新的
References in classic literature ?
The Black Hawk boys looked forward to marrying Black Hawk girls, and living in a brand-new little house with best chairs that must not be sat upon, and hand-painted china that must not be used.
It was all brand-new, so the agent told them, but he talked so incessantly that they were quite confused, and did not have time to ask many questions.
She was a brand-new bride, innocent, girlish, happy in herself and her grave and worshiping stripling of a husband; she was about eighteen, just out of school, free from affections, unconscious of that passionless multitude around her; and the very first time she smote that old wreck one recognized that it had met its destiny.
Mary gave him a brand-new "Barlow" knife worth twelve and a half cents; and the convulsion of delight that swept his system shook him to his foundations.
His collars were higher than ever, and he carried a brand-new camp-stool in his hand.
In the course of their conversation they fell to discussing what they call State-craft and systems of government, correcting this abuse and condemning that, reforming one practice and abolishing another, each of the three setting up for a new legislator, a modern Lycurgus, or a brand-new Solon; and so completely did they remodel the State, that they seemed to have thrust it into a furnace and taken out something quite different from what they had put in; and on all the subjects they dealt with, Don Quixote spoke with such good sense that the pair of examiners were fully convinced that he was quite recovered and in his full senses.
And this is why there is a new household and a brand-new baby in Naseby Dower House; and why the great Van Tromp lives in pleasant style upon the shores of England; and why twenty-six individual copies of the THYMEBURY STAR are received daily at the door of Naseby House.
Poyser drove at no more than a walking pace, that there might be as little risk of jolting as possible on this warm day, and there was time to exchange greetings and remarks with the foot-passengers who were going the same way, specking the paths between the green meadows and the golden cornfields with bits of movable bright colour--a scarlet waistcoat to match the poppies that nodded a little too thickly among the corn, or a dark-blue neckerchief with ends flaunting across a brand-new white smock- frock.
I've tried war and steeplechasin' and aeroplanes, but this huntin' of beasts that look like a lobster-supper dream is a brand-new sensation.
That was proved by the very handsome way in which he had behaved in the matter of a small loan when, looking in at the casino after parting from Ruth, he had found Mr Warden in sore straits for want of a little capital to back a brand-new system which he had conceived through closely observing the run of the play.
But Tuskegee is, nevertheless, a brand-new chapter in the history of the Negro, and in the history of the knottiest problem we have ever faced.
He had on a brand-new uniform showing the creases where it had been folded and thick gold epaulettes which seemed to stand rather than lie down on his massive shoulders.