fresh

adj.
VERBS
be, look, smell, taste
stay

Mushrooms don't stay fresh for long.

eat sth, have sth

It's best to eat them fresh.

keep sth

Put it in the refrigerator to keep it fresh.

ADVERB
extremely, fairly, very, etc.
still
PHRASES
lovely (and) fresh (esp. BrE), nice (and) fresh

There's some ham and nice fresh bread.

The croissants are nice and fresh.

Fresh is used with these nouns: ↑air, ↑allegation, ↑appeal, ↑approach, ↑assault, ↑bait, ↑bandage, ↑batch, ↑beef, ↑berry, ↑biscuit, ↑blood, ↑bread, ↑breeze, ↑bun, ↑butter, ↑challenge, ↑chicken, ↑chilli, ↑clothes, ↑coat, ↑coconut, ↑coffee, ↑complexion, ↑concrete, ↑controversy, ↑corn, ↑cream, ↑criticism, ↑cup, ↑cut, ↑demand, ↑diaper, ↑dirt, ↑dressing, ↑earth, ↑egg, ↑election, ↑evidence, ↑eye, ↑face, ↑faeces, ↑fall, ↑fighting, ↑fish, ↑flavour, ↑flower, ↑food, ↑footprint, ↑fragrance, ↑fruit, ↑garlic, ↑glass, ↑grave, ↑herb, ↑herring, ↑hope, ↑horse, ↑idea, ↑impetus, ↑indictment, ↑information, ↑ingredient, ↑initiative, ↑inquest, ↑insight, ↑inspiration, ↑instruction, ↑juice, ↑kill, ↑legislation, ↑lemon, ↑lime, ↑linen, ↑loaf, ↑look, ↑manure, ↑meat, ↑memory, ↑milk, ↑momentum, ↑mushroom, ↑outbreak, ↑paint, ↑parsley, ↑pasta, ↑pea, ↑pepper, ↑perspective, ↑pineapple, ↑plaster, ↑pork, ↑pot, ↑produce, ↑revelation, ↑rose, ↑round, ↑salad, ↑salmon, ↑scent, ↑seafood, ↑sheet, ↑shirt, ↑shoot, ↑smell, ↑snow, ↑snowfall, ↑spin, ↑start, ↑stock, ↑straw, ↑strawberry, ↑supply, ↑surge, ↑talent, ↑talk, ↑taste, ↑tea, ↑tear, ↑thinking, ↑thought, ↑tomato, ↑towel, ↑track, ↑trout, ↑twist, ↑underwear, ↑vegetables, ↑vigour, ↑violence, ↑water, ↑wave

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