Russian word of the day: Новый

Aug 26, 2018

How to say 

"New" in Russian

но́вый

nó-vyî

Adjective

new

Examples

  • Мы купи́ли но́вый холоди́льник.

    my ku-pée-lee nó-vyî ha-la-déel'-neek

    We bought a new refrigerator.

  • По но́вым пра́вилам э́то не допуска́ется.

    pa nó-vym prá-vee-lam é-ta nye da-pus-ká-ee-tsa

    Under the new rules, this is not allowed.

Additional examples

More Russian sentences with the words that contain "новы".

  • Поздравля́ем вас с наступа́ющим Но́вым 2018 Годом!

    pazd-rav-lyá-eem vas s nas-tu-pá-yu-scheem nó-vym 2018 gó-dam

    Congratulations on the upcoming New Year 2018!

  • Студе́нты вы́шли на ми́тинг про́тив но́вых рефо́рм систе́мы образова́ния.

    stu-dyén-ty výsh-lee na mée-teeng pró-teev nó-vyh ree-fórm sees-tyé-my ab-ra-za-vá-nee-ya

    Students went to a rally against new reforms in the education system.

  • Но́вые ту́фли натёрли ей но́гу и обра́тно она́ шла босико́м.

    nó-vy-ye túf-lee na-tyór-lee yeî nó-gu ee ob-rát-na a-ná shla ba-see-kóm

    The new shoes have rubbed sore her foot and on the way back she walked barefoot.

  • Но́вый па́рень в на́шем кла́ссе о́чень симпати́чный.

    nó-vyî pá-ryen' v ná-shem klás-sye ó-cheen' seem-pa-téech-nyî

    The new guy in our class is very handsome.

  • У тебя́ ка́ждый день но́вый ухажёр.

    u tee-byá kázh-dyî dyen' nó-vyî u-ha-zhyór

    You have a new admirer every day.

  • С но́вым годом, дороги́е подпи́счики!

    s nó-vym gó-dam, da-ra-gée-ye pad-pées-chee-ke

    Happy new year, dear subscribers!

  • С но́вым 2019 годом! Пусть в но́вом году сбу́дутся все ва́ши мечты́!

    s nó-vym dvye tý-see-chee dee-veet-ná-tsa-tym gó-dam! pust' v é-tam ga-dú sbu-du-tsa fsye vá-shee meech-tý

    Happy New Year 2019! May all your dreams come true in this new year!

  • Наш но́вый дире́ктор - соверше́нно очарова́тельный.

    nash nó-vyî dee-ryék-tar - sa-veer-shén-na a-chee-ra-vá-teel'-nyî

    Our new director is absolutely charming.

  • Ру́сские лю́ди привы́кли встреча́ть но́вый год под бой кура́нтов.

    rús-kee-ye lyú-dee pree-výk-lee fstree-chát' nó-vyî got pad boî ku-rán-taf

    Russian people are used to welcome the new year under the strikes of the (Kremlin) bells.

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Same stem words

обно́вка [ab-nóv-ka] Noun
new outfit or acquisition

Related words and phrases

широ́кий [shee-ró-keeî] Adjective
wide, broad
захоте́ть [za-ha-tyét'] Verb
to want, to feel like; to wish
встава́ть [fstavát'] Verb
to stand up, to get up, to rise; to be up
кста́ти [kstá-tee] Adverb
by the way; to the point (or purpose), appositely

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