English version

tidings

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtidingstid‧ings /ˈtaɪdɪŋz/ noun [plural] 🔊 🔊 old useNEWS newsgood/glad tidings (=good news)
Examples from the Corpus
tidingsThe fortune-teller would hardly relay bad tidings, for who would be generous, learning of coming sorrows?Sorry to be the bearer of such bad tidings, but these things happen.No, these are excellent tidings in their own right.Then I too broke into glad tidings and joy to the world with the crowds of believers around me.I immediately spread the good tidings among my married colleagues.Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.Alas, I bring ill tidings.He was running and she wondered why anyone should hasten to bring her the tidings he must bear.good/glad tidingsDissension between the Peshawar politicians and the resistance commanders brings glad tidings to Kabul.Then I too broke into glad tidings and joy to the world with the crowds of believers around me.I come as the bearer of glad tidings.The next day a large medal sale continues the glad tidings with only about 8% unsold.He was one of thousands who headed south as soon as they heard the glad tidings on Monday morning.I immediately spread the good tidings among my married colleagues.Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.
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