English to Corsican Meaning of news - nutizia

News :

nutizia, nantu à u corsu, rapportu, annunziu, ntilliggenza, missaghju, storia, ghjurnale, a carta, stampa, gazette Traduzioni, puddicinu, parolla, dicendu:, prumissa, pezzu di cultura, idiopathische, rhumatisme, discursu, tramuntana, indirizzu, sorti, ntentu, Ghjova, prisenza

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Definitions of news in English
Noun(1) information about recent and important events(2) information reported in a newspaper or news magazine(3) a program devoted to current events, often using interviews and commentary(4) informal information of any kind that is not previously known to someone(5) the quality of being sufficiently interesting to be reported in news bulletins
Examples of news in English
(1) Most of it seemed familiar, almost all of it is stuff we'd read in news reports and seen in the news but forgotten.(2) In any event they are big sums, and like big names, they are always news .E2.0.CO%3B2-K(3) The evil ones are not afraid of officials, they are only afraid of being reported in the news .(4) As a result, concerned citizens do not receive timely news about political issues that they want.(5) As it happens, there's been a spate of criminal women in the news and other media lately.(6) It was all in the news and I was just dumbfounded by what I was hearing on the TV.(7) he was back in the news again(8) This issue got more play during the time when campaign finance reform was in the news .(9) Rover is still in the news today and still the government haven't done anything.(10) Let's just list some of the outrageous assertions and omissions in the news today.(11) The idea is to engage and involve viewers in the news , and to stimulate public debate.(12) The coaches are in the news at the moment and it got me thinking about what it is that makes a good coach.(13) At the end of every vigil we make a circle and share news and announce other events and concerns.(14) But recent news from doctors suggests that he could return to work as early as Easter.(15) Really, that's news to me.(16) Next week there will be a special Science Show about an Australian animal in the news .
Related Phrases of news
(1) new ::
(2) breaking news ::
news, ruttura
(3) good news ::
a bona nova
(4) the news ::
la nutizia
(5) latest news ::
'ultimu nutizia
(6) bad news ::
(7) any news ::
ogni nutizia
(8) local news ::
notizie search
(9) news report ::
rapportu nutizia
(10) no news is good news ::
ùn nutizia hè bona nova
(11) break the news ::
rumpiri la nutizia
1. report ::
3. news program ::
programma nutizia
Different Forms
news, newsy
Word Example from TV Shows
The blogosphere is abuzzing
with news of you and Leslie...

The blogosphere is abuzzing with NEWS of you and Leslie...

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 5

that, due to your ineptitude,\Nhas put my face in TV news,

that, due to your ineptitude,
has put my face in TV NEWS,

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 9

but I've got some pretty unpleasant news.

but I've got some pretty unpleasant NEWS.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 3

The good news is I'm grading on a curve,
so you're pretty much guaranteed a C.

The good NEWS is I'm grading on a curve, so you're pretty much guaranteed a C.

The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 2

Good news?

Good NEWS?

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 19

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