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   n   recién llegado (-a)      m/f     
they were newcomers to the area      eran nuevos en la zona, en la zona eran unos recién llegados  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
he is a relative newcomer exp.
es relativamente nuevo

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
un grupo de jóvenes aún desconocidos
en la zona eran unos recién llegados
eran nuevos en la zona
a la gente del pueblo no les gustan mucho los recién llegados
'newcomer' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
the newcomers
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"newcomer": examples and translations in context
Admittedly, not every newcomer had been met with open arms. Hay que reconocer que no todo recién llegado ha sido recibido con los brazos abiertos.
The remaining 14 companies submitted complete replies to the questionnaire and were therefore considered for newcomer status. Las catorce empresas restantes presentaron respuestas completas al cuestionario y, por consiguiente, fueron tenidas en cuenta para el estatuto de recién llegado.
Zenet is no newcomer to music. Zenet no es ningún novato en la música.
Digital Drip has an article that describes a newcomer's experience with installing and configuring Debian. Digital Drip posee un artículo que describe las experiencias de un novato instalando y configurando Debian.
Anyway, it's always good to greet a newcomer. De cualquier forma, siempre es agradable conocer a una recién llegada.
I was just wondering what our newcomer's name is. Preguntaba el nombre de nuestra recién llegada.
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