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fresh

adjective
 
/freʃ/
A2 Fresh food has been made or collected recently and has not been frozen or dried.
fresco
fresh fruit/vegetables fresh bread
B1 new or different from what existed before
novo
fresh ideas
B1 smelling clean or feeling cool
fresco
a fresh breeze fresh air
recently done and not yet changed by time
novo
a fresh coat of paint
freshly /ˈfreʃ·li/ adverb
recém, recentemente
freshly washed sheets
(Definition of fresh from the Cambridge English-Portuguese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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