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new·com·er

 (no͞o′kŭm′ər, nyo͞o′-)
n.
One who has only recently arrived.

newcomer

(ˈnjuːˌkʌmə)
n
a person who has recently arrived or started to participate in something

new•com•er

(ˈnuˌkʌm ər, ˈnyu-)

n.
a person or thing that has recently arrived; new arrival.
[1585–95]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.newcomer - any new participant in some activity
beginner, initiate, tiro, tyro, novice - someone new to a field or activity
enlistee, recruit - any new member or supporter (as in the armed forces)
2.newcomer - a recent arrival; "he's a newcomer to Boston"
arriver, comer, arrival - someone who arrives (or has arrived)
malahini - a newcomer to Hawaii

newcomer

noun
1. new arrival, incomer, immigrant, stranger, foreigner, alien, settler He must be a newcomer to town.
2. beginner, stranger, outsider, novice, new arrival, parvenu, newbie (slang), Johnny-come-lately (informal) The candidates are all relative newcomers to politics.

newcomer

noun
A person coming from another country or into a new community:
Translations
قادِم جَديدوَافِدٌ
nováčeknově příchozípříchozí
nyankommennytilkommen
aloittelijanoviisitulokasuusi tulokasvasta-alkaja
pridošlica
újonnan érkezett ember
aîkomumaîur
最近来た人
갓 온 사람
novinec
nykomling
ผู้มาใหม่
yeni gelenyeni gelen/gelmiş kişi
người mới đến

newcomer

[ˈnjuːˌkʌməʳ] Nrecién llegado/a m/f
they were newcomers to the areaeran nuevos en la zona, en la zona eran unos recién llegados

newcomer

[ˈnjuːkʌmər] n
(to place)nouveau venu (nouvelle venue)m/f
(to activity, organization)nouveau venu (nouvelle venue)m/f
to be a newcomer to sth → être un nouveau venu en qch
The candidates are both newcomers to politics → Les candidats sont tous deux des nouveaux venus en politique.New England nNouvelle-Angleterre fNew Englander [ˌnjuːˈɪŋgləndər] nhabitant(e) m/f de la Nouvelle-Angleterrenew face nnouveau visage m
All together there are six new faces in the cabinet → En tout, il y a six nouveaux visages au gouvernement.new-fangled [ˌnjuːˈfæŋgəld] adj (pejorative) [idea, gadget, nonsense] → ultramodernenew-found [ˈnjuːfaʊnd] adj [quality, ability] → que l'on s'est découvert
Your new-found enthusiasm for running will soon fade away → Cet enthousiasme que vous vous êtes découvert pour la course à pied disparaîtra bientôt.

newcomer

[ˈnjuːˌkʌməʳ] nnuovo/a venuto/a

new

(njuː) adjective
1. having only just happened, been built, made, bought etc. She is wearing a new dress; We are building a new house.
2. only just discovered, experienced etc. Flying in an aeroplane was a new experience for her.
3. changed. He is a new man.
4. just arrived etc. The schoolchildren teased the new boy.
adverb
freshly. new-laid eggs.
ˈnewly adverb
only just; recently. She is newly married; Her hair is newly cut.
ˈnewcomer noun
a person who has just arrived. He is a newcomer to this district.
ˌnewˈfangled (-ˈfӕŋgld) adjective
(of things, ideas etc) too new to be considered reliable. newfangled machines.
new to
having no previous experience of. He's new to this kind of work.

newcomer

وَافِدٌ nováček nyankommen Neuankömmling νεοφερμένος recién llegado uusi tulokas nouveau venu pridošlica neofita 最近来た人 갓 온 사람 nieuwkomer nykommer przybysz recém-chegado новичок nykomling ผู้มาใหม่ yeni gelen người mới đến 新来者
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Meg jumped up, looking both proud and shy, but `that man', as Jo called him, actually laughed and said coolly, as he kissed the astonished newcomer, "Sister Jo, congratulate us
Jake was sure he could get through on horseback, and bring home our things in saddle-bags; but grandfather told him the roads would be obliterated, and a newcomer in the country would be lost ten times over.
Brantain slowly arose; so did the girl arise, but quickly, and the newcomer stood between them, a little amusement and some defiance struggling with the confusion in his face.
Several pipes, that had been extinguished, were lighted again; while the newcomer, without speaking a word, drew his tomahawk from his girdle, and filling the bowl on its head began to inhale the vapors of the weed through the hollow handle, with as much indifference as if he had not been absent two weary days on a long and toilsome hunt.
Miss Henderson was a newcomer, and it was some time before rumor made her out; but finally it transpired that she was a kept woman, the former mistress of the superintendent of a department in the same building.
The whole party examined the new comer with the interest with which a set of loafers in a rainy day usually examine every newcomer.
Wilson did not ask if there was a newcomer in the house, but he asked questions that would have brought light-throwing answers as to that matter if Mrs.
The newcomer stood silent just as the children had done when they came into its grayness.
Time had accustomed the women to her presence in the house, without shaking the vague conviction which possessed them all alike, that the newcomer was not one of themselves.
Miss Wilson confirmed Fairholme's account; and the church organist, who had tuned all the pianofortes in the neighborhood once a year for nearly a quarter of a century, denounced the newcomer as Jack of all trades and master of none.
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.
The newcomer eyed the perspiring tinker in a friendly way, and seeing he was a stout fellow accosted him.