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new·born

 (no͞o′bôrn′, nyo͞o′-)
adj.
1. Very recently born: a newborn baby.
2. Born anew: newborn courage.
n.
A neonate.

newborn

(ˈnjuːˌbɔːn)
adj
1.
a. recently or just born
b. (as collective noun; preceded by the): the newborn.
2. (of hope, faith, etc) reborn

new•born

(ˈnuˈbɔrn, ˈnyu-)

adj., n., pl. -born, -borns. adj.
1. recently or only just born.
2. reborn.
n.
3. a newborn infant; neonate.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.newborn - a baby from birth to four weeksnewborn - a baby from birth to four weeks  
babe, baby, infant - a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"
liveborn infant - infant who shows signs of life after birth
low-birth-weight baby, low-birth-weight infant - an infant born weighing less than 5.5 pounds (2500 grams) regardless of gestational age; "a low-birth-weight infant is at risk for developing lack of oxygen during labor"
postmature infant - infant born after 42 weeks of gestation; usually shows signs of placental insufficiency
preemie, premature baby, premature infant, premie, preterm baby, preterm infant - an infant that is born prior to 37 weeks of gestation
SGA infant, small-for-gestational-age infant - an infant whose size and weight are considerably less than the average for babies of the same age
stillborn infant - infant who shows no signs of life after birth
term infant - infant born at a gestational age between 37 and 42 completed weeks
Adj.1.newborn - recently born; "a newborn infant"
young, immature - (used of living things especially persons) in an early period of life or development or growth; "young people"
2.newborn - having just or recently arisen or come into existence; "new nations"; "with newborn fears"
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"

newborn

noun
A very young child:
Translations
novorozený
nyfødt
vastasyntynyt
novorođen
生まれたばかりの
갓난
nyfödd
แรกเกิด
mới sinh

newborn

[ˈnjuːbɔːn] ADJ [baby] → recién nacido

newborn

[ˈnjuːbɔːrn]
adjnouveau-né(e)
a cradle for his newborn child → un berceau pour son enfant nouveau-né
a newborn baby → un nouveau-néNew Brunswick [ˌnjuːˈbrʌnzwɪk] nNouveau-Brunswick mnew build new-build [ˈnjuːbɪld] nconstructions fpl nouvelles

newborn

[ˈnjuːˌbɔːn] adjneonato/a
newborn baby → neonato/a

newborn

وَلِيدٌ novorozený nyfødt neugeboren νεογέννητος recién nacido vastasyntynyt nouveau-né novorođen neonato 生まれたばかりの 갓난 pasgeboren nyfødt nowonarodzony recém-nascido новорожденный nyfödd แรกเกิด yeni doğan mới sinh 新生的

new·born

n. neonato-a, infante nacido a las 37 semanas de una gestación normal.

newborn

n recién nacido -da mf; premature — recién nacido prematuro, prematuro -ra mf (fam)
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Not far away from here lies a poor woman with a little newborn baby.
He starts, he lifts himself; and the bands are shattered, the burdens roll off him--he rises--towering, gigantic; he springs to his feet, he shouts in his newborn exultation--"
That twang of the clock-spring was the first tiny cry of the newborn telephone, uttered in the clanging din of a machine-shop and happily heard by a man whose ear had been trained to recognize the strange voice of the little newcomer.
And as he staggered on there burned within him beside his newborn love another great passion--the passion of hate urging him on to the consummation of revenge.
Now, with the newborn question in his mind, he was compelled to sink back into his old place as part of a blue demonstration.
It is many-legged and hairless, its hide resembling that of a newborn mouse in repulsiveness.
The man you drove from Eden's grove Was I, my Lord, was I, And I shall be there when the earth and the air Are rent from sea to sky; For it is my world, my gorgeous world, The world of my dearest woes, From the first faint cry of the newborn To the rack of the woman's throes.
As Tarzan watched, through narrowed lids, the last of the warriors disappear beyond a turn in the trail, his expression altered to the urge of a newborn thought.
But for the little newborn baby he felt a quite peculiar sentiment, not of pity, only, but of tenderness.
Razumov listened without hearing, gnawed by the newborn desire of safety with its independence from that degrading method of direct lying which at times he found it almost impossible to practice.
Newborn screening reaches nearly all of the four million babies born in the United States, with thousands of babies receiving newborn screening each day.
According to the new insights, the average newborn baby receives 14 gifts when they're born, worth a total of [pounds sterling]252.