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Definition of: fresh

(fresh) adjective
1. Newly made, obtained, received, etc.: fresh coffee; fresh footprints.
2. New; recent: fresh news.
3. Additional; further: fresh supplies.
4. Not salted, pickled, smoked, etc.
5. Not spoiled, stale, musty, etc.
6. Not faded, worn, etc.: fresh colors; fresh memories.
7. Not salt: fresh water.
8. Pure; refreshing: fresh air.
9. Appearing healthy or youthful.
10. Not fatigued; active.
11. Inexperienced; unsophisticated.
12. Meteorol. Moderately rapid and strong; specifically designating a breeze (No. 5) or a gale (No. 8) of the Beaufort scale.
13. Having a renewed supply of milk: said of a cow that has recently calved.

1. A freshet.
2. A pool or stream of fresh water.
3. A fresh water stream running into tidewater; also the adjoining lands. [OE fersc, infl. by OF freis, both ult. <Gmc.]
Synonyms (adj.): blooming, bright, cool, green, new, novel, recent, renewed, ruddy, undimmed, unfaded, unimpaired, unskilled, untarnished, untried, unworn, verdant, vigorous, young, youthful. See MODERN, NEW. Antonyms: blasé, decayed, dim, dull, exhausted, faded, jaded, moldy, musty.

Definition of: fresh

(fresh) adjective Slang
Forward; presumptuous. [<G frech impudent]

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fresh rating
fresh prince
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