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news British & World English

Newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent events

bad news British & World English

An unpleasant or undesirable person or thing

news desk British & World English

The department of a broadcasting organization or newspaper responsible for collecting and reporting the news

news peg British & World English

An aspect or angle of a story that makes it newsworthy

spot news British & World English

News reported of events as they occur

news agency British & World English

An organization that collects news items and distributes them to newspapers or broadcasters

news brief British & World English

A short news broadcast, especially on television; a newsflash

news crawl British & World English

another term for news ticker.

news-sheet British & World English

A simple form of newspaper

news stand British & World English

A stand or stall for the sale of newspapers

news ticker British & World English

A scrolling electronic display of news headlines on a building or along the bottom of a computer or television screen

Newport News British & World English

A city in SE Virginia, at the mouth of the James River on the Hampton Roads estuary; population 179,614 (est. 2008)

news bulletin British & World English

A short radio or television broadcast of news reports

be good news in news British & World English

Be commendable or admirable (or unpleasant or undesirable)

be good news British & World English

Be commendable or admirable (or unpleasant or undesirable)

news conference British & World English

A press conference

yesterday's news in yesterday British & World English

A person or thing that is no longer of interest

yesterday's news British & World English

A person or thing that is no longer of interest

Good News Bible British & World English

A translation of the Bible in simple everyday English, published 1966–76 by the United Bible Societies

no news is good news in news British & World English

Without information to the contrary you can assume that all is well

no news is good news British & World English

Without information to the contrary you can assume that all is well

the news in news British & World English

A broadcast or published report of news

newshound British & World English

A newspaper reporter

newsserver British & World English

A server that receives and disseminates messages for a newsgroup

newsgathering British & World English

The activity of researching news items for broadcast or publication

newsmagazine British & World English

A periodical, usually published weekly, that reports and comments on current events

news English Thesaurus

colleagues were stunned by the news of his death

news English-Spanish

a piece o item of news

news desk English-Spanish

redacción f

news flash English-Spanish

información, flash m informativo

news-gathering English-Spanish

recopilación


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