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newcomer
American English: /ˈn(j)uˌkəmər/
British English: /ˈnjuːkʌmə/

Translation of newcomer in Spanish:

noun

  • (person)
    recién llegado, (-da) (masculine, feminine)
    a model that stands out among this year's newcomers
    un modelo que (se) destaca entre las novedades de este año
    newcomer to somethingAcme Inc is no newcomer to publishing
    el mundo editorial no le es desconocido a Acme Inc
    he's a relative newcomer to politics
    no lleva mucho tiempo en la política
    Example sentences
    • There can be legitimate objections, as well as xenophobic ones, to a large number of newcomers arriving in a certain area.
    • Their bus was welcomed just like at any other time when newcomers arrived.
    • We must say goodbye to our friends and colleagues and prepare for the newcomers arriving soon.

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