- freshfresh1 [fresh]adj.[ME < OE fersc, but altered under infl. of OFr fres, fresche < Gmc * friska (> Ger frisch & OE fersc)]1.a) recently produced, obtained, or arrivedb) newly made [fresh coffee]2. having original strength, vigor, quality, taste, etc.; esp.,a) not preserved by being salted, pickled, canned, or frozen [fresh meat, fresh vegetables]b) not spoiled, rotten, or stalec) not tired; vigorous; lively [to feel fresh after a nap]d) not worn, soiled, faded, etc.; vivid; bright; cleane) youthful or healthy in appearance [a fresh complexion]3. not known before; new; recent [fresh information]4. additional; further [a fresh start]5.a) inexperienced; unaccustomedb) having just arrived6. original, spontaneous, and stimulating [fresh ideas]7. cool and refreshing; invigorating [a fresh spring day]8. brisk; strong: said of the wind9. not salt: said of water10. designating or of a cow that has just begun to give milk, as after having borne a calfn.1. the fresh part2. a freshet3. a pool or stream of fresh wateradv.in a fresh mannervi., vt.to make or become freshSYN.- NEW——————fresh out of or fresh outInformal having just sold or used up the last one or part (of)freshnessn.☆ fresh2 [fresh ]adj.[< Ger frech, bold, impudent (akin to OE fræc < IE base * preg-, bold, greedy): confused with FRESH1]Slang bold; saucy; impertinent; impudentfreshlyadv.freshnessn.
English World dictionary. V. Neufeldt. 2014.