Fresh

New, cool, good. An early hip-hop term.
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fresh

Just picked, gathered, produced, live or unprocessed, not stale, food. A term associated with perimeter departments, including produce, deli, bakery, or floral. Also unfrozen.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20108

fresh

[adj] - having recently calved and therefore able to give milk 2. [adj] - with restored energy 3. [adj] - not soured or preserved 4. [adj] - of a kind not seen before 5. [adj] - (of a cycle) beginning or occurring again 6. [adj] - not containing or composed of salt water 7. [adj] - not canned or otherwise preserved 8....
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Fresh

Tasting term for a wine (usually white) that is clean, possibly aromatic, light bodied and with good acidity. The sort of wine that you'd want to chill down and glug on a summer's day.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20433

Fresh

Said of a young fruity wine with moderate acidity, such as Muscadet and red wines from the Gamay grape.
Found on http://www.hintsandthings.co.uk/livingroom/glossaryDEF.htm

Fresh

a term that can be used to describe fish that have been kept chilled on ice but not deep frozen. The term should not be used to describe previously frozen, thawed fish (FSA advice).
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20740

Fresh

Fresh (frĕsh) adjective [ Compar. Fresher (-ẽr); superl . Freshest .] [ Middle English fresch , Anglo-Saxon fersc ; akin to Dutch versch , German frisch , Old High German frisc , Swedish
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Fresh

Fresh noun ; plural Freshes 1. A stream or spring of fresh water. « He shall drink naught but brine; for I'll not show him Where the quick freshes are.» Shak. 2. A flood; a freshet. [ Prov. Eng.] Halliwell. 3. The mingling o...
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Fresh

Fresh transitive verb To refresh; to freshen. [ Obsolete] Rom. of R.
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fresh

1. Possessed of original life and vigor; new and strong; unimpaired; sound. ... 2. New; original; additional. 'Fear of fresh mistakes.' 'A fresh pleasure in every fresh posture of the limbs.' (Landor) ... 3. Lately produced, gathered, or prepared for market; not stale; not dried or preserved; not wilted, faded, or tainted; in good condition; as, fr...
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fresh

impertinent adjective improperly forward or bold; `don`t be fresh with me`; `impertinent of a child to lecture a grownup`; `an impudent boy given to insulting strangers`; `Don`t get wise with me!`
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fresh

adjective not containing or composed of salt water; `fresh water`
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Fresh

• (superl) New; original; additional. • (superl) Not salt; as, fresh water, in distinction from that which is from the sea, or brackish; fresh meat, in distinction from that which is pickled or salted. • (superl) In a raw, green, or untried state; uncultivated; uncultured; unpracticed; as, a fresh hand on a ship. • (n.) A stream...
Found on http://thinkexist.com/dictionary/meaning/fresh/

Fresh

Fresh is British slang for an unpleasant smell.
Found on http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/browse/ZF.HTM

Fresh

A term that can be used to describe fish that have been kept chilled on ice but not deep frozen. The term should not be used to describe previously frozen, thawed fish (FSA advice).
Found on https://www.sustainweb.org/goodcatch/glossary_of_seafood_terms/

FRESH

FRESH: Floating rate exchangeable Subordinated Hybrid ...
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Fresh

Term used to describe the appearance of young, clean and sappy lambs.
Found on http://www.mla.com.au/general/glossary

Fresh

A category of cheeses that have not undergone a ripening process and depend on lactic curdling for their delicate, tangy flavour and moist texture.
Found on http://www.dairygoodness.ca/cheese/cheese-glossary

Fresh

A term typically used to classify cheese varieties that have not been cured, such as Mascarpone, Cottage cheese, Cream cheese or Ricotta. Cheeses that have been cured for very short periods, such as Feta, may also be classified as fresh.
Found on http://www.eatwisconsincheese.com/cheese/Glossary.xhtml?fc=F

Fresh

Cooked crab meat. Usually steamed.
Found on http://www.bluecrab.info/glossary.html

Fresh

Term used to describe the appearance of young, clean and sappy lambs.
Found on http://www.mla.com.au/general/glossary

Fresh

[IDE] Fresh, an internet community supported project started by John Found, is an integrated development environment (IDE) for flat assembler language. The primary goal of Fresh is to make programming in assembly as fast and efficient as in other visual languages, without sacrificing the small application size and the raw power of assembly ...
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fresh_(IDE)

fresh

Term applied to water with salinity less than 0.5
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22040

fresh

Freshness in both young and old wines is a welcome and pleasing component. A wine is said to be fresh when it is lively and cleanly made. The opposite of fresh is stale. fruity
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Fresh

Describes a wine that displays lively, clean and fruity flavors.
Found on http://www.winetasting.com/Glossary
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