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English definition of “fresh”

fresh

adjective (RECENT)    /freʃ/
B2 recently made, done, arrived , etc., and especially not yet changed by time : There was a fresh fall of snow during the night . There's nothing better than fresh bread , straight from the oven . The house , with its fresh coat of paint , looked beautiful in the sunshine . She's fresh out of/from university and very bright . The events of last year are still fresh in people's minds (= people can remember them easily ).NewModern and fashionable be fresh out mainly US If you are fresh out of something, you have just finished or sold all of it, so that there is no more left .Something, anything, nothing, and everything freshness     /ˈfreʃ.nəs/ noun [U] NewModern and fashionablePreserving and storing foodNatural and artificialClean and tidyWater in generalCool
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