noticia = news
Part of speech:
Note: The singular "noticia" is used to refer to a singular news item such as "Did you hear the news about the accident?" The plural "noticias" refers to the collective news (like all of the news stories).
/no-ti-sja/ (or /no-ti-θja/ in Spain)
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► Vemos las noticias en la televisión todas las noches.
(We watch the news on TV every night.)
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