English version

the news

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe newsthe newsAMTa regular television or radio programme that gives you reports of recent events the ten o’clock news Let’s watch the news. Be quiet. I want to listen to the news.on the news It must be true – I heard it on the news last night.switch/turn/put on the news (=turn the television or radio on for the news) news
Examples from the Corpus
the newsI don't know if you've been following the news, but I heard that three American servicemen were killed there.Channel 3 has the evening news.She's been in the news a lot recently.Did you hear anything on the news about the bomb?They said on the news that the visit has been cancelled.He always reads the sports news first.I was listening to the news this morning, but I didn't catch what they said about it.Welcome to the early evening news.I was watching the news last night and they were talking about it.
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