new kid on the block

 New competitor.

American business jargon. 2014.

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  • new kid on the block — A new kid on the block is a person who has recently joined a company, organisation, team, etc, and does not know how things work yet …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • new kid on the block — new person in the office or in the class etc.    I m the new kid on the block. I come from Portugal …   English idioms

  • New Kid on the Block — This article is about the Simpsons episode. For the band, see New Kids on the Block. For the interactive book, see Living Books series. New Kid on the Block The Simpsons episode …   Wikipedia

  • New Kid on the Block — Para el artículo sobre la banda, véase New Kids on the Block. New Kid on the Block Episodio de Los Simpson Episodio n.º Temporada 4 Episodio 67 Código de producción 9F06 Guionista(s) Conan O Brien Director …   Wikipedia Español

  • new kid on the block — noun Someone or something new to an existing community. While the Reform Party is the new kid on the block, its members who attended its first national convention this weekend acted like delegates to any other political convention …   Wiktionary

  • new kid on the block — someone who has just started a new activity He s the new kid on the block, so of course he gets a lot of stick …   English dictionary

  • new kid on the block —    A new kid on the block is a person who has recently joined a company, organisation, team, etc, and does not know how things work yet.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • new kid on the block — Meaning A new arrival in an area and in a group of young friends. Origin US origin around the 1950s …   Meaning and origin of phrases

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