Translation: from spanish

I have the latest news

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  • Neanderthals-the Latest News — ▪ 2005       In the nearly 150 years since Neanderthal (or Neandertal) fossil remains were first discovered in Germany, dozens of whole and partial skeletons of this hominid type have been recovered. Though many questions about their behaviour,… …   Universalium

  • the latest — UK [ˈleɪtɪst] US [ˈleɪtəst] noun the most recent or newest example or form of something Have you heard the latest? He’s getting a divorce. Thesaurus: newsynonym Phrases: at the latest …   Useful english dictionary

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  • news — W1S1 [nju:z US nu:z] n [U] [Date: 1400 1500; Origin: new] 1.) information about something that has happened recently ▪ I m not sure how he s going to react to the news. ▪ The good news is that tomorrow will be fine and sunny. ▪ You seem upset not …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • The Pianist (memoir) — The Pianist is a memoir written by the Polish musician of Jewish origins Władysław Szpilman. He tells how he survived the German deportations of Jews to extermination camps, the 1943 destruction of the Warsaw Ghetto, and the 1944 Warsaw Uprising… …   Wikipedia

  • The Daily Campus — The (UConn) Daily Campus Type Daily student newspaper Format Broadsheet Founder John H. Evans and John N. Fitts Publisher Willimantic Chronicle (1970s present) Founded 1896 …   Wikipedia

  • news — [ nuz ] noun uncount *** 1. ) information about something that has happened recently: I m afraid I ve got some bad news. I wrote to John telling him all the latest news. news for: Good news for home owners! news of/about: Friends expressed shock… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • have one's finger on the pulse — have (or keep) one s finger on the pulse be aware of all the latest news or developments he keeps his finger on the pulse of world music …   Useful english dictionary

  • News ticker — An example of a television news ticker, at the lower third of the screen. A news ticker (sometimes referred to as a crawler ) resides in the lower third of the television screen space on television news networks dedicated to presenting headlines… …   Wikipedia

  • news — n. new information 1) to announce, give; break, flash; cover the news 2) to spread (the) news 3) to censor; control; cover up, suppress (the) news 4) to color, distort, twist (the) news 5) bad; good; interesting; sensational; shocking; startling; …   Combinatory dictionary

  • news — noun 1 new information ADJECTIVE ▪ brilliant (BrE, informal), excellent, fantastic, good, great, happy, marvellous/marvelous (esp. BrE), terrific, tremendou …   Collocations dictionary


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