freshadjectiveuk /freʃ/ us /freʃ/
fresh adjective (NEW)
fresh adjective (RECENT)
- The snow was fresh and powdery.
- The cook brought in a fresh batch of homemade cakes.
- This type of disinfectant doesn't sting, even if you put it on a fresh cut.
- This bread isn't very fresh - let's try at the other shop.
- Fresh discoveries in the scientific world have left his theories looking out of date.
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fresh adjective (NATURAL)
- Add some fresh parsley, finely chopped.
- The supermarket chain announced that it was cutting the cost of all its fresh and frozen meat.
- He'd piped fresh cream around the edge of the cake.
- Make sure you eat plenty of good fresh food.
- The salmon was accompanied by a fresh green salad.
fresh adjective (AIR)
fresh adjective (CLEAN)
fresh adjective (NOT TIRED)
fresh adjective (SKIN)
fresh adjective (NOT SALTY)
fresh adjective (TOO CONFIDENT)
fresh adjective (GOOD)