REFRESH

To run cold water over food that has been parboiled, to stop the cooking process quickly.

Refresh

The USS Refresh was an American Admirable Class minesweeper of 625 tons displacement launched in 1944. The USS Refresh was powered by diesel engines providing a top speed of 14.5 knots and carried a complement of 104. She was armed with one 3 inch dual-purpose gun and four 40 mm anti-aircraft guns.
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Refresh

Pouring or sprinkling cold water or ice over cooked or raw vegetables to prevent oxidation and to retain the fresh cooked look. Raw, wilted vegetables are refreshed by sprinkling them with water.
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refresh

[v] - make (to feel) fresh 2. [v] - make fresh again
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refresh

A signal fed to RAM chips periodically, to keep them charged up so that data is not lost.
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Refresh

Re·fresh' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Refreshed (-fr?sht'); present participle & verbal noun Refreshing .] [ Middle English refreshen , refreschen , Old French refreschir (cf. Old French rafrai...
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Refresh

Re·fresh' noun The act of refreshing. [ Obsolete] Daniel.
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refresh

1. To renew; to cause to recuperate. ... 2. To perform revivification. ... Origin: O. Fr. Re-frescher ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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refresh

verb become or make oneself fresh again; `She freshened up after the tennis game`
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refresh

(re-fresh´) to freshen. to make raw again; to denude a wound of epithelium to enhance tissue repair.
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Refresh

• (a.) To make fresh again; to restore strength, spirit, animation, or the like, to; to relieve from fatigue or depression; to reinvigorate; to enliven anew; to reanimate; as, sleep refreshes the body and the mind. • (a.) To make as if new; to repair; to restore. • (n.) The act of refreshing.
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Refresh

To refresh: to pour cold water over vegetables, fruit, or meat after they have been blanched.
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refresh

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē-fresh′ Definitions: 1. To renew; to cause to recuperate. 2. To perform revivification (2).
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refresh

In computing, to redraw the image on a computer display or, in a Web browser, to reload a Web page, in order to access any changes made since it was last downloaded. Display images are a series of frames created by a device – in the case of a cathode ray tube, an electron beam – which `paints` the image on the screen, pixel by p...
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REFRESH

To run cold water over food that has been parboiled, to stop the cooking process quickly.
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Refresh

To plunge cooked vegetables into cold, or iced water to arrest the cooking process after they are removed from boiling water.
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Refresh

Adding a fuller, younger wine to an older one in order to give the latter something to prolong its life.
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Refresh

Generally, to update something with new data. For example, some Web browsers include a refresh butto
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Refresh

One vertical scan.
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