English version

the new year

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe new yearthe new yearTMCthe first few weeks of the year Prices are expected to go up in the new year. New Year
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the new yearHe is currently preparing a plan to unlock more working capital by the New Year.A few weeks ago, many stock market analysts cautioned investors against extravagant expectations for the new year.For the new year, job growth is likely to remain sluggish.And first thing in the New Year he will be going.Municipalbond investors are bracing for trouble in the New Year.As the wrangling has stretched into the new year, Clinton has moved up some in public esteem.Indeed, there might be little to prevent some of the orders being cancelled when the new year commences.She was relieved when the New Year arrived and things returned to normal.
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