Brand-new - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˌbræn ˈnjuː|  American pronunciation of the word brand-new
Brit.  |brand ˈnjuː|  British pronunciation of the word brand-new

adjective

- conspicuously new(syn: bran-new, spic-and-span, spick-and-span)

shiny brand-new shoes

Examples

His clothes looked brand-new.

They are in the process of releasing brand-new products to the market.

First, lets begin by understanding why individuals are searching out second hand computers in contrast to a brand-new one.

Never buy a brand-new car unless you're rich. Purchase a slightly used car.

All the furniture in their house is brand-new.

Although the table is brand-new, it has the look and feel of an antique.

...the head-on collision creamed the brand-new car in an instant...

...when it was brand-new, the Eiffel Tower was considered as ugly an erection as Europe had ever seen...

...not wanting our brand-new cabin cruiser to get scratched, we put thick rubber fenders between it and the dock...

...although the winery is brand-new, it has been constructed and decorated to give it a patina of old-world quaintness...

...a brand-new, top-notch computer was the new science teacher's first requisition...

...made the unwise decision to invest in a brand-new company...

...I was not thrilled to have my brand-new car bemired by the spattering mud....

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