Definition of newie in English:

newie

nounPlural newies

British
informal
  • Something or someone new, especially a newly released music record.

    ‘the only newie or reissue not to receive a review’
    • ‘Starting with a few newies they were full of energy, looking very pleased with the audience reaction.’
    • ‘Don't fret, he's got a newie sorted out with Nicole Kidman and Jared Leto called The Panic Room.’
    • ‘The first caller through gets a copy of Rod Stewart's newie and ice cold six pack of Coca Cola!’
    • ‘I've also ordered Pitchshifter's newie from Chaosmusic.’
    • ‘She has been inadequately trained by the WORST person in the office to train a newie.’
    • ‘Stuart Braithwaite mumbled into the mike for another newie, Secret Pint.’
    • ‘‘I can't decide whether the lyrics to this song are incredibly brave or incredibly stupid,’ she says when introducing a newie.’
    • ‘The Melbourne boys opened and closed with their two biggest hits, Sucker and Rip It Up, introduced a few newies and pretty much had a phat old time back under the spotlight.’
    • ‘Minus 5's newie doesn't aim for the same tin-can fuzziness.’
    • ‘It's no coincidence (though Coupland's novels are sprinkled with them) that of all the writers who could be drafted in to make a back-patting comment for the blurb, Tom Wolfe is on the newie.’
    • ‘I'm currently listening to R.E.M.'s newie Reveal.’
    • ‘The release of Oasis' newie spurred me into pulling out Cheap Trick's eponymous 1997 release on Red Ant for a July dog trek.’
    • ‘Well, they're out tonight to plug latest record ‘Any Minute Now’, and apart from a light sprinkling of older tracks, newies are the dominant tracks.’
    • ‘Rub your hands together, Selectadisc staff: what with these two albums plus newies from Nick Cave, Sparta and The Radio Dept all seductively whispering ‘Buymebuymebuyme’ into my ear, it's only a matter of time before I come a-calling…’
    • ‘They were excited for me, and let me know that Coach Wells SOMETIMES put pressure on newies, so to be expecting it.’
    • ‘The first couple of newies - Weeds and Birds In Your Garden - seem to be more optimistic than anything from last time round, although they later trot out intoxicatingly heady versions of The Fear and This Is Hardcore.’
    • ‘I Want You Back was first of the press, followed by a couple of newies, which lacked no lustre.’
    • ‘The band realised that with two such greats most were there to see the old stuff and keep the newies to a minimum.’
    • ‘I had the same problem with Allien's newie; Ferenc make better tracks though.’
    • ‘The score is a mix of golden oldies, including a clever travelogue made of songs about every state in the Union, and silver newies by the show's musical director, Patrick S. Brady, and stage director, Mark Waldrop.’
    novice, starter, learner, student, pupil, trainee, apprentice, probationer
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Pronunciation

newie

/ˈnjuːi/