英 [nju:z] 美 [nu:z]
名词 新闻; 消息; (可当作新闻内容的)人; 物
1. The news is at eight.
2. We listen to the news on the radio.
3. A few days later he told me an exciting piece of news.
4. I have had no news from him for a long time.
1. China Business News calls it the first mobile game tailored for consumer products in China.
2. Police would not comment on the information the man provided to the West Business News.
3. China Business News reported yesterday that Barclays Plc Chairman Marcus Agius said the bank hopes to become an investment manager for CIC.
4. Liu's remarks were in response to a China Business News report on Saturday.
5. The China Business News report said a difference in patterns of cooperation also plays a role.
6. And that can only be good news for Sarah who admits that spaghetti bolognese with lashings of butter and parmesan cheese is her favourite food.
7. It condemned the act of fabricating news following a government announcement that the report on buns stuffed with cardboard aired on Beijing TV was fake.
8. If the newspaper only had good news, nobody would buy it and I'd be out of a job.
9. Copper prices fell steeply on the London Metal Exchange because of news that China's State Reserves Bureau had suspended a copper buying program.
News is information about a recently changed situation or a recent event.
e.g. We waited and waited for news of him...
e.g. They still haven't had any news about when they'll be able to go home...
News is information that is published in newspapers and broadcast on radio and television about recent events in the country or world or in a particular area of activity.
e.g. Foreign News is on Page 16...
e.g. We'll also have the latest sports news...
The news is a television or radio broadcast which consists of information about recent events in the country or the world.
e.g. I heard all about the bombs on the news.
e.g. ...the six o'clock news.
News is sometimes used in the names of newspapers.
e.g. ...the New York Daily News.