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fresh
frɛʃ
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Improperly forward or bold.
  2. Not yet used or soiled.
  3. Recently made, produced, or harvested.
  4. Not canned or otherwise preserved.
  5. Not containing or composed of salt water.
  6. Imparting vitality and energy.
  7. (of a cycle) beginning or occurring again.
  8. Original and of a kind not seen before.
  9. Free from impurities.
  10. Not soured or preserved.
  11. With restored energy.
  12. Having recently calved and therefore able to give milk.
(副) As an adverb
  1. Fresh.
Hyphenationfresh
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun, (动) verb, (副) adverb
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新的xīndenew
xīnnew; newly; meso- (chemistry); abbr. for Xinjiang 新疆 or Singapore 新加坡; (Chinese surname)
新近xīnjìnnewly
新鲜xīnxiānfresh (experience, food etc); freshness; novel; uncommon
dàninsipid; diluted; weak; mild; light in color; tasteless; fresh; indifferent; nitrogen
清新qīngxīnfresh and clean; Qingxin county in Qingyuan 清远, Guangdong
凉爽liángshuǎngcool and refreshing
鲜艳xiānyànbright-colored; gaily-colored
精神饱满jīngshén bǎomǎnfull of vigor (idiom); lively; in high spirits
尖新jiānxīnfresh; new and pointed
新雅xīnyǎfresh; new and elegant
xiānfresh; bright (in color); delicious; tasty; delicacy; aquatic foods
jìngcool; fresh; to cool
水灵shuǐlíngvivid; full of life; fresh
水灵灵shuǐlíng língvivid; full of life; fresh
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