Definition of fresher in English:

fresher

Line breaks: fresh¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈfrɛʃə
 
/

noun

British
informal term for freshman.
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  • 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.

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