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fresh

adjective
 
 
/freʃ/
DIFFERENT B1 new or different from what was there before
новый, свежий
We're looking for fresh ideas. They decided to move abroad and make a fresh start.NewModern and fashionable
NOT OLD A2 Fresh food has been produced or collected recently and has not been frozen, dried, etc.
свежий
fresh fruit/vegetables fresh breadNewModern and fashionablePreserving and storing foodPleasant to eat or drink
CLEAN/COOL B1 smelling clean or feeling pleasantly cool
свежий
a fresh breeze a fresh smellClean and tidyCoolDescribing good weather
fresh air B1 air outside buildings that is clean and cool
свежий воздух
Let's go outside and get some fresh air.Cool
fresh water water from lakes, rivers, etc that has no salt in it
пресная вода
Water in general
NOT TIRED having a lot of energy and not feeling tired
свежий, бодрый
We got up the next day feeling fresh and relaxed.Energetic and lively
SKIN Fresh skin looks healthy.
свежий, цветущий
a fresh complexionFit and healthyThe head and face
RECENT B2 recently made or done and not yet changed by time
свежий
The memory of the accident is still very fresh in my mind.NewModern and fashionable
fresh from/out of sth having just left a place
недавно прибывший откуда-либо
The new French teacher's fresh out of college.NewModern and fashionable
freshness noun [U]
свежесть
→  See also a breath of fresh air
(Definition of fresh from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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