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brand new
American English: /ˈbræn(d) ˈˌn(j)u/

Translation of brand new in Spanish:

adjective

  • (toy/car)
    (music/technology)
    totalmente nuevo
    it looks brand new
    está flamante or como nuevo
    Example sentences
    • He loved it, that smell of fresh paint and brand new equipment and furniture.
    • These girls are so young, so fresh and clearly brand new to what's ahead of them.
    • As the stadium is brand new the facilities for the audience will be superb.

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