Definición de fresh en inglés:

fresh

Saltos de línea: fresh
Pronunciación: /frɛʃ
 
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adjetivo

  • 1Not previously known or used; new or different: the court had heard fresh evidence
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    • Danny, 22, left Manchester for Glasgow to make a fresh start after he fell in with ‘the wrong crowd’ and got into drugs.
    • She and her mother plan to make a fresh start in Canada.
    • The compensation will enable her to clear her debts, repay the money she borrowed from her mother and make a fresh start.
    Sinónimos
    new, brand new, recent, latest, up to date, modern, modernistic, ultra-modern, newfangled; original, novel, different, innovative, unusual, uncommon, unwonted, out of the ordinary, unconventional, unorthodox, offbeat, radical, revolutionary; British out of the common
  • 1.1Recently created or experienced and not faded or impaired: the memory was still fresh in their minds
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    • I have come here straight from the dojo with that experience still fresh in my mind.
    • With that experience so fresh in our minds, it would be a shame if the whole sorry episode were to be repeated for broadband.
    • He had only been introduced to it recently and it was fresh in his mind.
  • 1.2(Of a person) attractively youthful and unspoilt: a fresh young girl
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    • We're new, we're fresh, we're young and we're still a little crazy.
    • At eighteen years old, she was still fresh from adolescence and stinging from the abrupt end of an eight month relationship.
    • She was a very fresh agent, a diminutive girl just recently graduated from college.
    Sinónimos
    young, youthful, juvenile, adolescent, boyish, girlish, new, newly arrived; inexperienced, untrained, unqualified, untried, raw, callow, green, immature, artless, ingenuous, naive
    informal wet behind the ears
  • 2(Of food) recently made or obtained; not tinned, frozen, or otherwise preserved: fresh fruit
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    • Cabin passengers enjoyed more space, privacy and better food including fresh meat and fruit.
    • In warmer weather the food, especially fresh vegetables and fruit, may need to be replaced more than twice a day.
    • How are these community members able to obtain fresh food, keep medical appointments or transport their children?
    Sinónimos
    newly harvested, garden-fresh, not stale, crisp, firm, unwilted, unfaded; raw, natural, unprocessed, unpreserved, undried, uncured, unsmoked, without additives, without preservatives
  • 4(Of water) not salty: all the fresh water in the world’s lakes
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    • The lake water is fresh near the surface, but remains salty at the bottom.
    • Seafood from salty and fresh waters is plentiful.
    • Sea water and sedimentary brines are volumetrically more important that fresh waters, but are unfit for human consumption.
  • 5(Of the wind) cool and fairly strong: a fresh northerly wind was speeding the ship southwards
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    • I came from a small town, where the wind is fresh and cool, you could taste the air on your lips.
    • For the most part, conditions were benign with sunshine and fresh winds.
    • The cool and fresh mountain wind on his face did not calm him as it should.
    Sinónimos
    chilly, cool, cold, brisk, bracing, invigorating; bleak, wintry, snowy, frosty, icy, ice-cold, icy-cold, glacial, polar, arctic, raw, bitter, bitterly cold, biting
    informal nippy
    British informal parky
    literary chill
    rare gelid, brumal
  • 5.1British informal (Of the weather) rather cold and windy: She shivered in the chilly air. ‘A bit fresh, isn’t it?’
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    • Weather conditions were fresh, but the keen course committee ensured that the excellent facilities were in top order.
    • Gasping in the fresh cold air, Christopher cleared away the shards with a side table, knocking out the frame as he did so.
    • There's cold, fresh air there, and he takes gulps, trying to steady himself.
  • 5.2Pleasantly clean and cool: a bit of fresh air does her good
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    • Dalian is a sea shore city with fresh air and a clean environment, which will make any tourist feel comfortable.
    • And we always thought life was simpler up north, in the permafrost-flecked land of clean living and fresh air.
    • She walked outside, taking a deep breath of the clean, fresh night air.
    Sinónimos
    cool, crisp, refreshing, invigorating, tonic; pure, clean, clear, unpolluted, uncontaminated, untainted
  • 6 (fresh from/out of) (Of a person) having just had (a particular experience) or come from (a particular place): we were fresh out of art school
  • 8West Indian Having an unpleasant, slightly rotten smell: this place was covered in water and smelled fresh like hell

adverbio

[usually in combination] Volver al principio  
  • Newly; recently: fresh-baked bread fresh-cut grass

Frases

be fresh out of

informal Have just sold or run out of a supply of (something): we’re fresh out of Stilton
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  • It's possible that he is fresh out of constructive ideas on this subject.
  • But after taking a long look at the suspect's eyes and not seeing much spark there, he apologetically explained that he was fresh out of bucks in the till, and would have to go and get some more.
  • He was fresh out of ideas, and his next move could be checkmate.

be (as) fresh as a daisy

see daisy.

fresh blood

see blood.

Derivativos

freshness

sustantivo
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  • The freshness of the form in both plays is more than matched by the daring freshness and audacity of the content.
  • They say the meals will be ideal for customers who have little time to cook but still want high quality ingredients and freshness.
  • Equally, the need for these youngsters to be at the forefront every week has placed them in danger of losing their freshness.

Origen

Old English fersc 'not salt, fit for drinking', superseded in Middle English by forms from Old French freis, fresche; both ultimately of Germanic origin and related to Dutch vers and German frisch.

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