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

Translation of fresh in Italian:

adjective

  • 1 (not old)
    (foodstuff)
    to look fresh it feels, tastes, smells fresh
    al tatto, dal sapore, dall'odore sembra fresco
    eggs fresh from the farm
    uova fresche di fattoria
    flowers fresh from the garden
    fiori freschi raccolti in giardino
    bread fresh from the oven
    pane appena sfornato
  • 3 (renewed, other)
    (clothes)
    (cigarette)
    non incominciato
    (ammunition)
    (information, evidence, supplies, attempt, assignment, inquiry)
    a fresh coat of paint
    una nuova mano di vernice
    a fresh glass of wine
    un altro bicchiere di vino
    to take a fresh look at something
    guardare qualcosa con uno sguardo nuovo
    to make a fresh start
  • 4 (recent)
    (fingerprint, blood)
    (memory, news)
    (cut)
    write it down while it is still fresh in your mind
    scrivilo subito intanto che o mentre te lo ricordi ancora bene
    the accident is still fresh in her memory
    l'incidente è ancora ben impresso nella sua memoria
  • 5 (recently returned) See examples:young people fresh from o out of school
    giovani freschi di studi
    to be fresh from a trip abroad
    essere appena tornato da un viaggio all'estero
  • 6 (refreshing, original)
    (approach, outlook, way)
    a fresh approach to the problem
    un nuovo modo di affrontare il problema
  • 7 (energetic, alert) See examples:to feel, be fresh
    sentirsi, essere in forza
    you will feel fresher in the morning
    ti sentirai meglio al mattino
  • 8 (cool, refreshing)
    (air, day, water)
  • 9 (American English) [informal] (over-familiar) to be fresh with somebody
    essere sfacciato con qualcuno
    to get fresh with somebody (sexually)
    prendersi delle libertà con qualcuno
  • 10 (Meteorology)a fresh breeze
    una brezza tesa

Idioms

to be fresh out of

[informal]
avere appena terminato
(supplies etc.)

Definition of fresh in:

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