Translation of news in Spanish:
- 1 (fresh information) a piece o item of news una noticia I have (some) good/bad news tengo buenas/malas noticias we've had some sad news hemos recibido una triste noticia or noticias muy tristes I had to break the news to him me tocó a mí darle la (mala) noticia have you heard the news? ¿te has enterado de lo que ha pasado? tell me all your news! ¡cuéntame qué novedades tienes! the news of her dismissal la noticia de su despido they waited for further news quedaron a la espera de más noticias or de mayor información there's no news of any survivors no se tiene noticia de que hayan sobrevivientes we've had no news of him no hemos tenido noticias de él, no hemos sabido nada de él how can we get news to him that … ? ¿cómo podemos hacerle saber que …? the fall in the dollar is good news for some la caída del dolar les viene muy bien a algunos he's bad news! [colloquial/familiar] no trae más que problemas it was news to me that she'd got married para mí era una novedad que se había casado, recién me enteraba de que se había casado (Latin America/América Latina) if you think that, have I got news for you! si eso crees, ahora te vas a enterar or te vas a llevar una sorpresa news travels fast ¡cómo corren las noticias! no news is good news que no haya noticias es buena señalExample sentences
- She's been saying this for a few weeks, not just since the recent news story.
- The site will also feature an hour-by-hour weblog of campaign events and news stories.
- As a result, concerned citizens do not receive timely news about political issues that they want.
- 2 [Journalism/Periodismo] [Radio] [Television/Televisión] noticias (feminine plural) the international/sports news la información internacional/deportiva news in brief resumen (masculine) de noticias she's been in the news a lot recently últimamente se ha hablado mucho de ella or ha salido mucho en las noticias the six o'clock news las noticias or el informativo or el noticiario or (in Latin America also/en América Latina también) el noticiero de las seis to listen to/watch the news oír* or escuchar/ver* las noticias or el informativo etc news editor redactor, (masculine, feminine) de noticias the news headlines el resumen informativo or de noticias news item noticia (feminine)Example sentences
- There's a story in the news reporting that Oxford Street may get a pedestrian fast lane.
- Issues about or affecting teenagers are regularly in the news, but we seldom hear what they have to say.
- The evil ones are not afraid of officials, they are only afraid of being reported in the news.
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