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new•ly(ˈnu li, ˈnyu-)
recently newly lately
Recently and newly are both used to indicate that something happened only a short time ago. There is no difference in meaning, but newly can only be used with an '-ed' form, usually in front of a noun.
Recently can be used in several positions in a sentence.
|Adv.||1.||newly - very recently; "they are newly married"; "newly raised objections"; "a newly arranged hairdo"; "grass new washed by the rain"; "a freshly cleaned floor"; "we are fresh out of tomatoes"|
newly[ˈnjuːli] adv (= recently) [independant, acquired, elected, formed] → nouvellement
She was delighted with her newly acquired computer → Elle était ravie de son ordinateur nouvellement acquis.
the newly independent countries of Africa and Asia → les pays nouvellement indépendants d'Afrique et d'Asie
a newly elected Tory MP → un député tory nouvellement élu
a newly married man → un homme marié de fraîche datenewly-minted [ˌnjuːliˈmɪntɪd] adj [term] → nouvellement admis(e); [person] (to job, post) → nouvellement promu(e)
Spain's Carlos Moya, the newly-minted world No. 1 → l'espagnol Carlos Moya, nouvellement promu numéro un mondialnewly-weds [ˈnjuːliwɛdz] npl → jeunes mariés mplNew Mexico n → Nouveau-Mexique mnew moon n → nouvelle lune fnew-mown [ˌnjuːˈməʊn] adj [grass] → frais coupé(e); [hay] → frais fauché(e)