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新しい, 新らしい, あたらしい

  • atarashii


adjective (keiyoushi)

  • new
  • novel
  • fresh
  • recent
  • latest
  • up-to-date
  • modern

Examples of 新しい,新らしい,あたらしい in a Sentence

Is your new car behaving well?
It's not that easy to learn a new language after fifty.
He bought me a new dictionary.
His customers dropped off after the new supermarket opened for business.
He can't afford to buy a new car.
Among these there may be new sources of food fish and new species of other creatures.
The new designs are much better than the old ones.
That's cheaper than a new hat, Susan answers.
Forming an information infrastructure, the real impact of the information highway is an expectation of new economic development due to a shift from a tangible hardware-industry to brain-oriented software-industry.
Have I ever thought of buying a new pair of shoes? "Mind your own business."

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