|Abbiamo acquisito un nuovo cliente. Sono molto contenta!||We have acquired a new customer. I'm very happy!|
|Alla prossima rotonda, prendi la prima uscita.||At the next roundabout, take the first exit.|
|C'è un nuovo membro della famiglia. Ho appena adottato un cane.||There is a new member in the family. I have just adopted a dog.|
|causa prossima||procuring cause|
|Chi è il presentatore di quel nuovo programma?||Who’s the presenter of that new program?|
|come nuovo||as good as new|
|C’è stata una alluvione molto forte in Tailandia la scorsa settimana.||There was a very strong flood in Thailand last week.|
|C’è un nuovo editore sul mercato, ma non so il nome.||There is a new newspaper publisher on the market, but I don’t know the name.|
|Dov'è il mio libro nuovo? “Sullo scaffale.”||Where's my new book? "On the bookshelf.”|
|Dove hai comprato quelle belle scarpe? "Nel nuovo negozio vicino al caffè”||“Where did you buy those lovely shoes?” “In the new store next to the café”|
|Dove vuoi che appenda il tuo nuovo orologio da parete?||Where do you want me to hang your new wall clock?|
|Durante la settimana di solito devo svegliarmi alle 6:30 del mattino.||During the week I usually have to wake up at 6.30 am|
|È così creativo che ha inventato un nuovo strumento musicale.||He is so creative that he invented a new musical instrument.|
|È così povero. Non può permettersi un nuovo paio di scarpe.||He is so poor. He can’t afford a new pair of shoes.|
|Gioco a tennis due volte alla settimana.||I play tennis twice a week.|
|Ha avuto un bambino la scorsa settimana.||She had a baby boy last week.|
|Ha un nuovo piercing sulla lingua.||She has a new piercing on her tongue.|
|Hai comprato un nuovo DVD? Non l'ho visto sullo scaffale prima.||Have you bought a new DVD? I didn’t see it on the shelf before.|
|Hanno aperto un nuovo negozio di abbigliamento in centro.||A new clothing shop has been opened in the city centre.|
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