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You can use fresh or tinned tomatoes for this recipe.
Fresh salmon is much nicer than frozen.
Our vegetables are fresh from the garden.
We need a completely fresh approach to the problem.
The programme takes a fresh look at this difficult issue.
The air smelled clean and fresh after the smoky little hut.
I like drinks with a fresh lemony flavour.
His cotton shirt looked crisp and fresh.
her lovely fresh complexion
He was just a kid, fresh out of law school.
He came to Wimbledon fresh from his victory in the American Open.
This is the British English definition of fresh. View American English definition of fresh.
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