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< Middle English fresh < Old English fersc (“‘fresh (applied to water)’”) < [[w:Template:lang:it language|Template:lang:it]][[Category:Template:lang:it derivations]] fresco (“‘fresh’”) < Old High German frisc (“‘fresh’”)
Adjectivefresh (comparative fresh, superlative er)
- New or clean.
- He put on a fresh set of clothes.
- Of produce, not from storage.
- I had a fresh salad made from vegetables straight out of the garden.
- Refreshing or cool.
- What a nice fresh breeze.
- Without salt (especially of water).
- The islanders drank from a fresh water spring.
- Rude, cheeky, or inappropriate.
- No one liked his fresh comments.
- Very clean, and trendy looking garments, clothes, shoes, accessories.
- Those clothes are fresh. Those shoes are fresh.
- (military) Rested and ready to engage with the enemy immediately.
- See also Wikisaurus:cheeky
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