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fresh British & World English

Not previously known or used; new or different

fresh English Thesaurus

salads made with fresh, wholesome ingredients

new blood British & World English

New members admitted to a group, especially as an invigorating force

break new ground British & World English

Do something innovative and beneficial

fresh-run British & World English

(Of a migratory fish, especially a salmon) newly arrived in fresh water from the sea in order to spawn

fresh-faced British & World English

Having a clear and young-looking complexion

fresh water New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words as noun, one word as adjective)

fresh breeze British & World English

A wind of force 5 on the Beaufort scale (17-21 knots or 31-9 km/h)

garden-fresh British & World English

(Of vegetables) very fresh; just picked

be fresh out of British & World English

Have just sold or run out of a supply of (something)

fresh from/out of in fresh British & World English

(Of a person) having just had (a particular experience) or come from (a particular place)

be fresh as a daisy British & World English

Be healthy and full of energy

new blood in blood British & World English

New members admitted to a group, especially as an invigorating force

freshwater British & World English

Of or found in fresh water; not of the sea

fresh gale in gale British & World English

(On the Beaufort scale) a wind of force 8 (34-40 knots or 63-74 km/h)

be fresh as a daisy in daisy British & World English

Be healthy and full of energy

be fresh out of in fresh British & World English

Have just sold or run out of a supply of (something)

break new ground in ground1 British & World English

Do something innovative and beneficial

be as fresh as a daisy in daisy British & World English

Be healthy and full of energy