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(Latin: new, fresh)
(Greek > Latin: fig [sweet, hollow, pear-shaped, multiple fruit that has numerous tiny seedlike fruits that are eaten fresh or preserved or dried])
Word Entries at Get Words: “fresh
fresh (adjective), more fresh, most fresh
1. That which is new to one's experience or not encountered before: The playwright included a lot of fresh material in his new drama.
2. Recently made, produced, or harvested; not stale or spoiled: Fresh bread is available at the local bakery every morning, except on Sunday.
3. Not preserved, as by canning, smoking, or freezing: The store is providing fresh vegetables from local farms.
4. Not saline or salty: Having fresh water is essential to good health.

It was so good to taste fresh meat and fresh water again after the trip in the desert.

5. Not yet used or soiled; still clean: Sally took out a fresh sheet of paper from the desk to write a letter to her friend.
6. Free from impurity or pollution; pure: It's wonderful when Sean can open the windows and get some fresh air in the apartment.
7. Being improperly sassy, insolent, or a smart-aleck: The boy's mother sent him to his room because of his fresh behavior.
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Word Entries at Get Words containing the term: “fresh
fresh water (s) (noun), fresh waters (pl)
1. Aqueous liquid that is not salty: Rain is fresh water that falls as precipitation from clouds.
2. Inland bodies of unsalty aquatic fluids: Fresh water usually exists in ponds, lakes, or streams; as long as they don't contain salt.
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