English → English - fresh

Pronunciation
adj. young; invigorated; newly arrived, inexperienced; new; not salty (water); pure, clean (i.e. air); bold, saucy, impertinent (Slang)

English → Spanish - fresh

Pronunciation
adj. fresco; reciente, recién hecho, tierno; insolente

English → French - fresh

Pronunciation
adj. frais; frais et dispos; tout nouveau; neuf; frais (air, eau), culotté (argot)

English → German - fresh

Pronunciation
adj. frisch; sauber; ordentlich; neu; frech (Slang)

English → Indonesian - fresh

Pronunciation
v. menyegarkan
a. segar, basah, membasahkuyupi, baru, hangat, segak, bersih, berpengalaman: belum berpengalaman, kasar, ajar: kurang ajar

English → Italian - fresh

Pronunciation
agg. fresco; recente; nuovo; pulito; altro, ulteriore; dolce; ristorato, riposato; puro; (Meteor) forte; inesperto; (fam) impertinente, impudente, sfacciato; (fam) alticcio, (fam) brillo; brillante, vivace

English → Polish - fresh

Pronunciation
n. świeżość
a. świeży, hoży, niedawny, nowy, rześki, raźny, śmiały, wypoczęty, podchmielony, niedoświadczony

English → Portuguese - fresh

Pronunciation
adj. fresco, novo, recente; robusto; puro (ar); doce (água); saudável

English → Romanian - fresh

Pronunciation
n. începutul zilei, torent
a. curând: de curând, proaspăt, nou, nesărat, dulce, gătit chiar acum, curând: de curând sosit, recent, curat, nefolosit, înviorat, odihnit, viu, sănătos, obraznic, tineresc, strălucitor, actual, neviciat, tare: destul de tare, neobişnuit, refăcut, neexperimentat, neconservat

English → Russian - fresh

Pronunciation
прил. натуральный, свежий, неконсервированный; новый; несоленый; чистый; бодрый, не уставший; здоровый, крепкий, ядреный; неопытный, новенький; прохладительный, бодрящий; пресный (о воде); дерзкий, нахальный

English → Turkish - fresh

Pronunciation
s. taze, günlük, yeni, körpe, temiz, giyilmemiş, ışıl ışıl, hayat dolu, serin, canlı, zinde, dinç, arsız, küstah, yüzsüz
i. serinlik, denize dökülen akarsu
zf. taptaze, taze taze

English → Ukrainian - fresh

Pronunciation
a. свіжий, натуральний, новий, оригінальний, наришкуватий, прісний

English → Dutch - fresh

Pronunciation
bn. vers; net aangekomen; nieuw; fris (wind); fris (water); brutaal

English → Greek - fresh

Pronunciation
επίθ. φρέσκος, φρέσκο, νωπός, νέος, δροσερός, αναιδής

English → Arabic - fresh

Pronunciation
‏عذبة المياه‏
‏جديد، منعش، طازج، نقي، لبن طازج، حديث جديد، ناضر، مفعم بالنشاط، طري، مرح، مشاكس، جديدة مثل الزهرة‏

English → Chinese - fresh

Pronunciation
(形) 新鲜的, 生的, 新奇的

English → Chinese - fresh

Pronunciation
(形) 新鮮的, 生的, 新奇的

English → Hindi - fresh

Pronunciation
a. ताज़ा, स्वच्छ, अम्लान, हाल का
adv. नवीनतापूर्वक

English → Japanese - fresh

Pronunciation
(形) 若い; はつらつとした; 新鮮な; できたての; 鮮明な(水); きれいな(空気); 生意気な(俗語)

English → Korean - fresh

Pronunciation
형. 젊은; 상쾌한; 막 도착한; 경험이 없는; 새로운; 단물의; 깨끗한 (공기 등); 무례한 (속어)

English → Vietnamese - fresh

Pronunciation
n. khí lạnh
a. mới, tươi, còn non nớt, thiếu kinh nghiệm, đồng trinh, mát mẻ, mau mắn, tự phụ, chếch choáng
adv. mới

Definition of fresh

Pronunciation
Adjective
1. Newly produced or obtained.
He followed the fresh hoofprints to find the deer.
I seem to make fresh mistakes every time I start writing.
2. Not cooked, dried, frozen, or spoiled.
After taking a beating in the boxing ring, the left side of his face looked like fresh meat.
I brought home from the market a nice bunch of fresh spinach leaves straight from the farm.
A glass of fresh milk
3. Still green and not dried.
4. Refreshing or cool.
What a nice fresh breeze.
5. Without salt; not saline.
After a day at sea it was good to feel the fresh water of the stream.
6. Rested; not tired or fatigued.
7. In a raw or untried state; uncultured; unpracticed.
A fresh hand on a ship
8. Youthful; florid
Adverb
9. Recently; just recently; most recently
We are fresh out of milk.
Noun
10. A rush of water, along a river or onto the land; a flood.
11. A stream or spring of fresh water.
12. The mingling of fresh water with salt in rivers or bays, as by means of a flood of fresh water flowing toward or into the sea.
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