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news / n(y)oōz/ • n. newly received or noteworthy information, esp. about recent or important events: I've got some good news for you. ∎  (the news) a broadcast or published report of news: he was back in the news again. ∎  (news to) inf. information not previously known to someone: this was hardly news to her. ∎  a person or thing considered interesting enough to be reported in the news: Chanel became the hottest news in fashion. PHRASES: make news become a story in the news: stolen babies make news.

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news †novelties XIV; tidings XV. pl. of NEW; after OF. noveles, pl. of novele (mod. nouvelle) NOVEL; or after medL. nova, pl. of novum new thing, sb. use of n. of novus NEW.
Hence newspaper XVII.

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News Short for Netnews.

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