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newfangled
American English: /ˌn(j)uˈfæŋɡəld/
British English: /njuːˈfaŋɡ(ə)ld/

Translation of newfangled in Spanish:

adjective

  • (before noun) [pejorative]
    Example sentences
    • He'll think it's some sort of newfangled fashion.
    • The original recipe is now also offered with other fresh fruits blended in, like pineapple, strawberry or banana, but I'm too much of a purist to try any of these newfangled variations.
    • And politically, the newfangled and alien method of electing the parliament has ensured that there will always be a built-in anti-Glasgow majority in Holyrood.

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