Definition of news brief in English:

news brief

Line breaks: news brief
Pronunciation: /ˈnjuːzbriːf
 
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noun

chiefly US
A short news broadcast, especially on television; a newsflash.
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  • Fighting antibiotic resistance may take a little creativity, according to a news brief in American Medical News.
  • What follows is a suggested re-write of an Amnesty International news release about violence against women, refocusing it as a news brief about violence committed by men.
  • One article was a news brief displaying one exterior image and one interior view of the top floor conference room - the only comfortably proportioned space.

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