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news·y

 (no͞o′zē, nyo͞o′-)
adj. news·i·er, news·i·est Informal
Full of news; informative.

news′i·ness n.

newsy

(ˈnjuːzɪ)
adj, newsier or newsiest
full of news, esp gossipy or personal news: a newsy letter.
ˈnewsiness n

news•y

(ˈnu zi, ˈnyu-)

adj. news•i•er, news•i•est.
full of news: a long, newsy letter.
[1825–35]
news′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.newsy - full of news; "a newsy letter"
informatory, informative - providing or conveying information
2.newsy - prone to friendly informal communication
communicatory, communicative - able or tending to communicate; "was a communicative person and quickly told all she knew"- W.M.Thackeray
Translations
حافِل بالأخْبار
plný novinek
fuld af nyheder
sok érdekes hírt tartalmazó
fullur af fréttum
plný noviniek
haber dolu

newsy

[ˈnjuːzɪ] ADJlleno de noticias

newsy

adj (+er) (inf)voller Neuigkeiten

newsy

[ˈnjuːzɪ] adj (fam) → ricco/a di notizie

news

(njuːz) noun singular
a report of, or information about, recent events. You can hear the news on the radio at 9 o'clock; Is there any news about your friend?; (also adjective) a news broadcast.
ˈnewsy adjective
full of news. a newsy letter.
ˈnewsagent noun
(American news dealer) a person who has a shop selling newspapers (and usually other goods).
ˈnewscast noun
a broadcast of news in a radio or television programme.
ˈnewscaster noun
a person who presents a news broadcast.
ˈnewsletter noun
a sheet containing news issued to members of a group, organization etc.
ˈnewspaper noun
a paper, printed daily or weekly, containing news etc. a daily newspaper.

news is singular: No news is good news .
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