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German - English (British) translations for "neu"

"neu" German translation




The German adjective 'neu' means 'new' in English.

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Meaning: new

Ich habe ein neues Auto gekauft.

I bought a new car.

Meaning: recent

Ich habe in einem neuen Restaurant gegessen.

I ate at a recent restaurant.

Meaning: novel

Das ist eine neue Idee.

That is a novel idea.

Meaning: different

Das ist ein neuer Ansatz.

That is a different approach.

Meaning: strange

Das ist mir alles neu.

This is all strange to me.


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Das ist ein neues Auto.

This is a new car.

Ich habe eine neue Wohnung gefunden.

I have found a new apartment.

Er hat einen neuen Job.

He has a new job.

Die Firma hat eine neue Strategie entwickelt.

The company has developed a new strategy.

Wir haben uns in einem neuen Restaurant getroffen.

We met at a new restaurant.

Sie hat sich ein neues Kleid gekauft.

She bought a new dress.

Ich werde nächstes Jahr eine neue Sprache lernen.

I will learn a new language next year.

Der Chef hat mir ein neues Projekt gegeben.

The boss gave me a new project.

Seit ich neu hier bin, habe ich viele Freunde gefunden.

Since I am new here, I have found many friends.

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Neu is a common word in the German language and is used to describe something that has recently come into existence or has been created. It can also be used to describe something that has been updated or renovated, such as a new building or a newly refurbished room.

In addition to its literal meaning of 'new', neu can also be used figuratively to describe something that is innovative or groundbreaking. For example, a new technology or a new idea can be described as neu.

It's important to note that the word neu is often used in combination with other words to create compound words, such as neugierig (curious) or neumodisch (modern). These compound words can have slightly different meanings than the standalone word neu.

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