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Old August 23, 2014, 01:30 PM
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"Nuevo" - meaning change before and after the noun

Could somebody please clarify what the different meanings are?

Is "mi nuevo coche" a car you just got, whereas "mi coche Nuevo" is a brand new car?
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nuevo, before the noun = new to you
nuevo, after the noun = brand new

So, 'mi nuevo coche' is a car you just got (and may have others). It's new to you.
And, 'mi coche nuevo' is a brand new car.
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