[ freʃ ] Pronunciation: "fresh" in a sentence
Adjective: fresh (fresher,freshest) fresh
- Recently made, produced, or harvested
"fresh bread"; "a fresh scent"; "fresh lettuce"
- (of a cycle) beginning or occurring again
"a fresh start"; "fresh ideas"
- Imparting vitality and energy
- bracing, brisk, refreshing, refreshful, tonic
- Original and of a kind not seen before
- new, novel
- Not canned or otherwise preserved
- Not containing or composed of salt water
- Having recently calved and therefore able to give milk
"the cow is fresh"
- With restored energy
- invigorated, refreshed, reinvigorated
- Not soured or preserved
- sweet, unfermented
- Free from impurities
- Not yet used or soiled
"a fresh shirt"; "a fresh sheet of paper"
- Improperly forward or bold
"don't be fresh with me"
- impertinent, impudent, overbold, smart, saucy, sassy [N. Amer], wise, lippy
Derived forms: freshest, fresher
See also: caller, clean, crisp, forward, fresh-cut, freshness, good, hot, invigorating, lactating, new, new-made, original, pure, rested, strong, undecomposed, unprocessed, unsoured, unspoiled, unspoilt, warm, wet
Antonym: preserved, salty, stale
overly bold or impertinent with someone. (Typically: be ~; get ~.)
When I tried to kiss Mary, she slapped me and shouted, "Don't get fresh with me!"
I can't stand people who get fresh.
- a fresh start: [American slang]a ...
- fresh air: [Architecture]Air ...
- fresh and sweet: [American slang]1. ...
- open the window and let in some fresh air.
- the next day came a fresh sensation.
- fresh force was force recently done.
- he insisted that we should make a fresh start.
- look, how fresh and juicy those grapes are.