Translation of tidings in Spanish:


nuevas, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtaɪdɪŋz//ˈtʌɪdɪŋz/



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    nuevas feminine archaic
    noticias feminine
    • Each positive piece of economic news last fall was matched by equally bad economic tidings.
    • Mrs Manning obviously intended to come as a bearer of good tidings.
    • It has been a pleasure to bring the good tidings to our public.
    • Recent days brought tidings of an official invitation to Paris.
    • Several of his less talented colleagues, I'm told, protested vehemently when they heard the glad tidings.
    • The sad tidings were received with a sense of total disbelief.
    • It said some workers had already returned to work and other workers will get letters telling them the glad tidings soon.
    • If it had happened yesterday, you would have read about it on the internet, or received the bad tidings in an email or a text message.