- 1not previously known or used; new or different
- 2recently made or obtained; not canned, frozen, or otherwise preserved
- 3cool and refreshing
Using fresh: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "fresh" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
She had a fresh idea for the project.
I bought some fresh vegetables at the farmer's market.
The air outside was fresh and clean.
fresh Synonyms and Antonyms
Phrases with fresh
After the divorce, she decided to move to a new city and make a fresh start.
I'm sorry, we're fresh out of that item. Can I suggest an alternative?
a person who has recently arrived in a new place and is still adjusting to the culture and customs
He's fresh off the boat from China and doesn't speak much English yet.
Origins of fresh
from Old English 'fresc', meaning 'unsalted, pure'
Summary: fresh in Brief
The term 'fresh' [freʃ] refers to something that is new, different, or recently made or obtained. It can also describe something that is cool and refreshing, such as the air outside. Common phrases include 'fresh start,' meaning a new beginning, and 'fresh out of something,' meaning having none left of something. 'Fresh off the boat' describes someone who has recently arrived in a new place and is still adjusting to the culture and customs.