New Year


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New Year

n.
The first day or days of the calendar year.
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New Year

n
the first day or days of the year in various calendars, usually celebrated as a holiday
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new year

(ˈnu ˈyɪər, ˈnyu for 1; ˌyɪər for 2 )
n.
1. the year approaching or newly begun.
2. (caps.)
b. the first few days of a given year.
c. the Jewish new year; Rosh Hashanah.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.new year - the calendar year just begunNew Year - the calendar year just begun  
twelvemonth, year, yr - a period of time containing 365 (or 366) days; "she is 4 years old"; "in the year 1920"
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Translations
Nový rok
nytår
Neujahrneues Jahr
uusi vuosiuusivuosi
Nova godina
新年
새해
Nový rok
nyår
ปีใหม่
Năm Mới

New Year

nneues Jahr; (= New Year’s Day)Neujahr nt; to bring in or see in the New Yeardas neue Jahr begrüßen; Happy New Year!(ein) glückliches or gutes neues Jahr!; over/at New Yearüber/an Neujahr; she’s expecting a baby in the New Yearsie erwartet im neuen Jahr ihr Baby; New Year resolution(guter) Vorsatz für das neue Jahr
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

New Year

1. nanno nuovo
Happy New Year! → Buon anno!
to wish sb a happy New Year → augurare buon anno a qn
to bring in the New Year → brindare all'anno nuovo
2. adj (party) → di Capodanno; (resolution) → per l'anno nuovo
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

new year

رَأْسُ السَّنَة Nový rok nytår Neujahr Νέο Έτος Año Nuevo uusi vuosi nouvel an Nova godina Anno Nuovo 新年 새해 Nieuwjaar nyttår Nowy Rok Ano Novo, Ano-Novo Новый год nyår ปีใหม่ Yeni Yıl Năm Mới 新年
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References in classic literature ?
More snow came before New Year's, and the harbor froze over, but the gulf still was free, beyond the white, imprisoned fields.
If we did not have a white Christmas we had a white New Year. Midway between the two came a heavy snowfall.
"Did you propose to her that we should be married in the first week of the New Year?"
For some people Christmas and the New Year are very merry times; but for cabmen and cabmen's horses it is no holiday, though it may be a harvest.
- A Canadian Trapper.-A Freeman of the Forest- An Iroquois Hunter.- Winter on the Columbia.-Festivities of New Year.
"And I you a happy New Year," responded the Second Blighted Being, with the accent of a penitent accordeon.
From all the windows the candles were gleaming, and it smelt so deliciously of roast goose, for you know it was New Year's Eve; yes, of that she thought.
Lord send we may be coming to something better in the New Year nigh upon us!'
Layamon recalls Merlin's words, "the which were sooth, that an Arthur should yet come the English to help." The hope of Tennyson is different, not that the old will return, but that the new will take its place, for "the old order changeth yielding place to new, and God fulfils himself in many ways." The old sorrows vanish "into light," and the new sun ever rises bringing in the new year.
Vincy's, where, on New Year's Day, there was a party, to which Mr.
A Happy New Year to you all, my dearest family, which of course includes Mr.
"Master, will you permit me to wish you a happy New Year?"