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fresh
British English: /frɛʃ/
American English: /frɛʃ/

Translation of fresh in German:

adjective

  • 1
    ausgeruht
    (Truppen)
    (Energie, Mut)
    (lately made or arrived) (raw, inexperienced) a fresh series of attacks
    eine neuerliche Serie von Angriffen
    make a fresh start
    [figurative]
    neu beginnen
    fresh from school/India
    frisch von der Schule/gerade aus Indien gekommen
    fresh from or off the press
    druckfrisch
    frisch aus der Presse
    fresh from the oven
    ofenfrisch
    frisch aus dem Ofen
  • 2
    (not preserved or stale or faded) (Obst, Fisch, Gemüse, Fleisch, Eier, Tee, Blumen usw.)
  • 3
    (clean, bright) (Aussehen, Gesichtsfarbe, Hemd, Wäsche)
  • 4
    (pure, cool) (Luft, Wasser, Wind)
    go out for some fresh air
    nach draußen gehen, um Luft zu schöpfen
    [formal]
    the wind became fresh
    der Wind frischte auf
  • 5 (vigorous, fit) (refreshed)
    erfrischt
    as fresh as a daisy/as paint
    ganz frisch
    (in appearance)
    frisch wie der junge Morgen
    [usually humorous]
  • 6
    (cheeky)
    get fresh with somebody
    jemandem frech kommen
    [colloquial] ground1 1 2

adverb

  • we're fresh out of eggs
    [colloquial]
    uns sind gerade die Eier ausgegangen
    fresh-ground/-painted
    frisch gemahlen/gestrichen

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