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    new girl in town (meaning)

    Hi everyone! Long time no see!

    I was wondering if the expression new girl in town has any other meaning than just girl who has just moved to a different town or city.

    I appreciate your input.

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    Re: new girl in town (meaning)

    NOT TEACHER, ONLY MY OPINION

    New Girl in town: Girl arrived in your town from some other place, just as you said

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    Re: new girl in town (meaning)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bennevis View Post
    Hi everyone! Long time no see!

    I was wondering if the expression new girl in town has any other meaning than just girl who has just moved to a different town or city.

    I appreciate your input.
    Hi Ben,

    Could you provide some context?

    Without it, my feeling is that it means to be in a new situation in general (like a new job, even in the same town).

    charliedeut
    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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    Re: new girl in town (meaning)

    Thanks, buddy. The context is actually about the main meaning of the phrase, which is "a female who has just moved into a town". I don't know why it also occurred to me that it could also mean "a female who has just joined a team" (or something). I'd love to have this ascertained. Gracias.

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    Re: new girl in town (meaning)

    NOT A TEACHER

    I hope that this definition helps.

    the new boy/girl British English (= the newest person in a job, organization etc – used humorously )

    Source: Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English


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