自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
ADJ-GRADED 新的;刚出现的;新做的;新建的 Something that is new has been recently created, built, or invented or is in the process of being created, built, or invented.
They've just opened a new hotel in the Stoke area...
The new invention ensures the beer keeps a full, frothy head.
ADJ 崭新的;未使用过的 Something that is new has not been used or owned by anyone.
That afternoon she went out and bought a new dress...
There are many boats, new and used, for sale...
ADJ 更新的;替换的 You use new to describe something which has replaced another thing, for example because you no longer have the old one, or it no longer exists, or it is no longer useful.
Under the new rules, some factories will cut emissions by as much as 90 percent...
I had been in my new job only a few days...
ADJ 新发现的;刚注意到的 New is used to describe something that has only recently been discovered or noticed.
The new planet is about ten times the size of the earth.
ADJ (一天或一年)新开始的，初始的 A new day or year is the beginning of the next day or year.
The start of a new year is a good time to reflect on the many achievements of the past...
The next election is for the government to take us into the new century.
ADJ (身份、地位等)新近获得的 New is used to describe someone or something that has recently acquired a particular status or position.
...the usual exhaustion of a new mother...
The Association gives a free handbook to all new members.
ADJ-GRADED 新接触的;不熟悉的 If you are new to a situation or place, or if the situation or place is new to you, you have not previously seen it or had any experience of it.
She wasn't new to the company...
His name was new to me then and it stayed in my mind...
ADJ (土豆、胡萝卜、豆子等)时鲜的，早的 New potatoes, carrots, or peas are produced early in the season for such vegetables and are usually small with a sweet flavour.