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fresher

Line breaks: fresh¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈfrɛʃə
 
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Definition of fresher in English:

noun

British
Informal term for freshman.
Example sentences
  • In my final year many freshers I knew dropped out or really struggled because of financial pressures, especially as the year drew on.
  • In three years' time, today's young freshers will be leaving university with a degree certificate in one hand and a letter from their bank manager in the other asking how they're going to pay back their debts.
  • University of York freshers are being urged to ‘take it easy’ as they embark on the first week of their higher education career.

Words that rhyme with fresher

flesher, pressure, thresher

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