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novels is the plural form of novel.
novel
noun
1. (literary work)
a. la novela (F)
In her last novel, the author explored feminism and sexuality.En su última novela, la autora exploró el feminismo y la sexualidad.
adjective
2. (new)
a. original
Nobody in this university has come up with a novel idea in decades.Hace décadas que a nadie en esta universidad se le ocurre una idea original.
b. novedoso
The novel method of analysis was soon adopted by every mathematician.El novedoso método analítico fue adoptado rápidamente por todos los matemáticos.
novel
[ˈnɒvəl]
noun
1. novela (f)
adjective
2. novedoso(a), original (original)
novel [ˈnɒvəl]
adjective
[+idea, suggestion, method] original; novedoso
Protesters found a novel way of demonstrating against steeply rising oil prices The very idea of a sixth form college was novel in 1962 ...A novel approach to moviemaking
it was a novel experience for him era una experiencia nueva para él
noun
novela (f)
novels is the plural form of novel.

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novel
adjective
1. (new, lacking experience)
a. new
Habrá una orientación para empleados noveles a las 9:30 am.There will be an orientation for new employees at 9:30 am.
b. inexperienced
No contratamos contadores noveles. Si cometen un error, podría costarnos miles de dólares.We don't hire inexperienced accountants. If they make a mistake, we could lose thousands of dollars.
c. novice
No me siento muy cómodo con que me examine un doctor novel.I don't feel very comfortable having a novice doctor examine me.
feminine or masculine noun
2. (newbie)
a. novice
Los videojugadores experimentados normalmente odian jugar con noveles.Experienced gamers usually hate playing with novices.
b. beginner
No te burles de mi pintura. Soy un novel.Don't make fun of my painting. I'm a beginner.
novel
adjective
1. new, first-time
novel
adjective
(nuevo) new; (inexperto) inexperienced
una escritora novel a new writer
(principiante) beginner; novice
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