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refresh

verb /rəˈfreʃ/
to give new strength and energy to; to make (a person etc ) feel less hot, tired etc, eg after or during a period of hard work
refrescar
This glass of cool lemonade will refresh you.
refreshing adjective giving new strength and energy; having a cooling and relaxing effect
refrescante
a refreshing drink of cold water.
particularly pleasing because different from normal
reconfortante
It is refreshing to hear a politician speak so honestly.
refreshingly adverb
alentadoramente; reconfortantemente; refrescantemente
a refreshingly cool breeze.
refreshments noun plural food and drink served eg at a meeting
refresco, refrigerio
Light refreshments are available in the other room.
refresh someone’s memory to remind (someone) of the facts and details of something
refrescar la memoria
Let me refresh your memory as to what happened.
(Definition of refresh from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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