FRESH-3: meaning and examples
So far we have seen that the English adjective fresh can mean:
Monday: recently produced or picked food that is not frozen, dried or preserved in tins or cans.
Tuesday: new or different in a way that replaces something.
Today's meaning is: made or experienced recently.
What you just said is very interesting. Let me write it down while it's still fresh in my mind.
The police were able to find the killer because they saw the fresh tracks that he had left in the snow.
There is also a related expression to indicate that you have recently finished a supply of something:
FRESH OUT OF SOMETHING
Tony: Would you be so kind as to bring me a cup of tea?
George: I'm sorry Tony; we're fresh out of tea! Would you like a beer?
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