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English definition of “fresh”

fresh

adjective [after verb] (NOT TIRED)    /freʃ/
C1 energetic , enthusiastic , and not tired : I'll deal with this problem in the morning when I'm fresh. Try and get some sleep on the plane , then you'll arrive feeling fresh.Energetic and lively freshness     /ˈfreʃ.nəs/ noun [U] NewModern and fashionablePreserving and storing foodNatural and artificialClean and tidyWater in generalCool
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