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UK [freʃ] / US adjective
Word forms "fresh":
adjective fresh comparative fresher superlative freshest
1)
a) fresh food has been recently picked, caught, or prepared

You can use fresh or tinned tomatoes for this recipe.

Fresh salmon is much nicer than frozen.

fresh from/out of:

Our vegetables are fresh from the garden.

b) still good to eat because of being prepared or produced recently

Cooked meat will keep fresh for several days in the fridge.

2) fresh flowers have been recently picked (= taken from the place they were growing in)
3) recently done, made, or experienced

fresh footprints in the snow

The details are still fresh in my mind.

4)
a) [usually before noun] clearly new and different

We need a completely fresh approach to the problem.

The programme takes a fresh look at this difficult issue.

b) replacing or adding to a previous thing or amount

The police made a fresh appeal for witnesses.

I've put fresh towels in your room.

5) if something smells or tastes fresh, it smells or tastes pleasant and clean

The air smelled clean and fresh after the smoky little hut.

I like drinks with a fresh lemony flavour.

6)
a) clean, bright, and attractive in appearance

His cotton shirt looked crisp and fresh.

her lovely fresh complexion

b) used about colours

The walls were painted in a lovely fresh blue.

7) fresh water is water in lakes and rivers that does not contain any salt
8) if the weather is fresh, it is fairly cold and the wind is blowing
9) if you feel fresh, you have a lot of energy
10) if someone is fresh from a particular place or situation, they have recently come from there
fresh from/out of:

He was just a kid, fresh out of law school.

He came to Wimbledon fresh from his victory in the American Open.


Derived word:
freshness
UK / US noun uncountable

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