English adjective: fresh
|1.||fresh recently made, produced, or harvested|
A fresh scent.
|Similar||caller, crisp, fresh-cut, good, hot, new-made, strong, undecomposed, unspoiled, unspoilt, warm|
|2.||fresh (of a cycle) beginning or occurring again|
|Samples||A fresh start.|
|3.||fresh imparting vitality and energy|
|Samples||The bracing mountain air.|
|Synonyms||bracing, brisk, refreshful, refreshing, tonic|
|4.||fresh original and of a kind not seen before|
|Samples||The computer produced a completely novel proof of a well-known theorem.|
|5.||fresh not canned or otherwise preserved|
|6.||fresh not containing or composed of salt water|
|7.||fresh having recently calved and therefore able to give milk|
|Samples||The cow is fresh.|
|8.||fresh with restored energy|
|Synonyms||invigorated, refreshed, reinvigorated|
|9.||fresh not soured or preserved|
|10.||fresh free from impurities|
|11.||fresh not yet used or soiled|
|Samples||A fresh shirt.|
A fresh sheet of paper.
An unused envelope.
|Antonyms||dirty, soiled, unclean|
|12.||fresh improperly forward or bold|
|Samples||Don't be fresh with me.|
Impertinent of a child to lecture a grownup.
An impudent boy given to insulting strangers.
Don't get wise with me!.
|Synonyms||impertinent, impudent, overbold, sassy, saucy, smart, wise|
English adverb: fresh
|1.||fresh very recently|
|Samples||They are newly married.|
Newly raised objections.
A newly arranged hairdo.
Grass new washed by the rain.
A freshly cleaned floor.
We are fresh out of tomatoes.
|Synonyms||freshly, new, newly|