Definition of newbie in English:

newbie

noun

informal
  • An inexperienced newcomer to a particular activity.

    • ‘The whole approach to controls allows the game to be accommodating to newbies while not alienating the old timers.’
    • ‘Whenever a newbie stumbles by and asks a germane question, the old timers shout him down and tell him to read the FAQ.’
    • ‘Now we get to the hardest part for a newbie to water cooling such as myself, the installation of this water cooler.’
    • ‘Everyone using the Internet or a computer was a newbie once.’
    • ‘That would seem likely to suggest that anytime someone tries something new - they are a newbie.’
    • ‘With a simple interface, even the newest of computer newbies will have no problems using the intranet.’
    • ‘I am a newbie to Linux and I need all of the input I can get on the fine points of any process.’
    • ‘All I said was that newbies are coming online at a slower pace as we reach a higher saturation level.’
    • ‘In this case, looking for a desktop system, I was almost as much of a newbie as my wife was.’
    • ‘Counters - these are heavily used on web sites by newbies but appear unprofessional.’
    • ‘On Zoetrope I met other writers, both experienced and newbies like myself, whom I could ask for advice about how to write my script.’
    • ‘In a very short period of time, Google went from newbie to industry leader.’
    • ‘Also in terms of scoring, a newbie will not be worth as much in points as a more experienced commander.’
    • ‘The end result is that these have become dominant and, at least for newbies, very annoying strategies.’
    • ‘Not surprisingly, younger people and Netizen newbies are less likely to be bothered by spam than older people and internet veterans.’
    • ‘For newbies, this is still a great game, but for veterans of previous iterations, there's no reason to switch.’
    • ‘If you are past the newbie stage and ready to go to the next level, this could be the book for you.’
    • ‘I'm a newbie and am particularly interested in flight simulation.’
    • ‘I'm a newbie on the computer, and I have a big problem with popup advertisements.’
    • ‘Though you are geared to newbies, you have the answers to questions people like me need but don't always have time to find!’
    novice, starter, learner, student, pupil, trainee, apprentice, probationer
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Pronunciation

newbie

/ˈnjuːbi/