1 fresh /ˈfrɛʃ/ adjective
fresher; freshest
1 fresh
fresher; freshest
Learner's definition of FRESH
: newly produced, made, gathered, etc. : not preserved by being frozen, canned, etc.
: not old, spoiled, etc.
: clean and pure
: not having an unpleasant smell, taste, etc.
: not worn or dirty
: full of life and energy
: newly made, experienced, or received
: replacing something old or used
: remaining clear : not faded
: new and original
: behaving or talking in a rude or impolite way
old-fashioned : behaving or talking in a way that shows sexual attraction to someone

a breath of fresh air

see breath

fresh from

or fresh out of
: having recently left or come from (a place, such as a school)

fresh off the boat

see 1boat

— freshly


— freshness

noun [count, noncount]
2 fresh /ˈfrɛʃ/ adverb
2 fresh
Learner's definition of FRESH
: just recently : newly, freshly usually used in combination

fresh out (of something)

US, informal
used to say that you do not have any more of something