Synonyms of new in English:

new


See definition of new

adjective

1‘Roger used new techniques of measuring and recording growth’

SYNONYMS
recently developed, newly discovered, brand new, up to the minute, up to date, latest, current, state-of-the-art, contemporary, present-day, advanced, recent, modern
newly arrived, newborn
ANTONYMS

old, existing

2‘the committee is generally tolerant of new ideas’

SYNONYMS
novel, fresh, original, unhackneyed, imaginative, creative, experimental, new-fashioned, contemporary, modernist, up to date
newfangled, modish, ultra-modern, avant-garde, futuristic
informal way out, far out
ANTONYMS

old-fashioned, stale, hackneyed

3‘you have to decide whether to buy your boat new or second-hand’

SYNONYMS
unused, brand new, as new, pristine, fresh, mint, in mint condition
ANTONYMS

second-hand, used

4‘new neighbours had recently moved in’

SYNONYMS
different, another, alternative, changed, unfamiliar, unknown, strange, unaccustomed, untried
ANTONYMS

present

5‘the school has just had a new classroom built’

SYNONYMS
additional, added, extra, increased, more, supplementary, supplemental, further, another, fresh
ANTONYMS

existing

6‘I went into hospital feeling very poorly and came out a new woman’

SYNONYMS
reinvigorated, restored, revived, improved, refreshed, regenerated, reborn, renewed, remodelled

Phrases

    breathe new life into

    ‘their visionary clients have successfully breathed new life into old, but steadfast structures’


    SYNONYMS

    reinvigorate, revitalize, re-energize, brace, fortify, strengthen, give new strength to, give a boost to, build up, bolster, prop up, help, renew, regenerate, restore, revive, revivify, rejuvenate, reanimate, resuscitate, refresh, reawaken, rekindle, enliven, stimulate, put some spark into, kick-start, uplift

    informal

    give a shot in the arm to, pep up, buck up, get going again