[nooz-print, nyooz-] /ˈnuzˌprɪnt, ˈnyuz-/
a low-grade, machine-finished paper made from wood pulp and a small percentage of sulfite pulp, used chiefly for newspapers.
an inexpensive wood-pulp paper used for newspapers
“cheap paper from pulp, used to print newspapers,” 1909, from news (n.) + print.
[noo-spruhng, nyoo-] /ˈnuˈsprʌŋ, ˈnyu-/ adjective 1. newly or suddenly come into existence.
A concurrent applicative language with synchronous channels. [“Newsqueak: A Language for Communicating with Mice”, R. Pike CSTR143, Bell Labs (March 1989)]. [“The Implementation of Newsqueak”, Rob Pike, Soft Prac & Exp 20(7):649-659 (July 1990)].
[nooz-ree-der, nyooz-] /ˈnuzˌri dər, ˈnyuz-/ noun, Chiefly British. 1. a person who presents the on a radio or television broadcast; newscaster. /ˈnjuːzˌriːdə/ noun 1. a news announcer on radio or television
[nooz-reel, nyooz-] /ˈnuzˌril, ˈnyuz-/ noun 1. a short motion picture presenting current or recent events. /ˈnjuːzˌriːl/ noun 1. a short film with a commentary presenting current events n. 1916, from news (n.) + reel (n.).