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Meaning of “fresh” - Learner’s Dictionary

fresh

adjective     /freʃ/
DIFFERENT
B1 new or different from what was there before: 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.: fresh fruit/vegetables fresh breadNewModern and fashionablePreserving and storing foodPleasant to eat or drink
CLEAN/COOL
B1 smelling clean or feeling pleasantly cool: a fresh breeze a fresh smellClean and tidyCoolDescribing good weather
fresh air
B1 air outside buildings that is clean and cool: Let's go outside and get some fresh air.Cool
fresh water
water from lakes, rivers, etc that has no salt in itWater in general
NOT TIRED
having a lot of energy and not feeling tired: We got up the next day feeling fresh and relaxed.Energetic and lively
SKIN
Fresh skin looks healthy: a fresh complexionFit and healthyThe head and face
RECENT
B2 recently made or done and not yet changed by time: 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: The new French teacher's fresh out of college.NewModern and fashionable
freshness noun [U] →  See also a breath of fresh air
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