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fresh
/ freʃ /

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Množina reči fresh je freshes.

Sinonimi:
impertinent · impudent · overbold · smart · saucy · sweet · unused · new · novel · invigorated · refreshed · reinvigorated

Sinonimi:
bracing · brisk · caller · clean · crisp · crunchy · energising · energizing · firm · forward · fresh-cut · good · hot · impertinent · impudent · invigorated · invigorating · lactating · new · new-made · novel · original · overbold · pure · refreshed · refreshful · refreshing · reinvigorated · rested · sassy · saucy · smart · strong · sweet · tonic · undecomposed · unfermented · unprocessed · unsoured · unspoiled · unspoilt · unused · warm · wet · wise

1. (Of a cycle) Beginning or occurring again.
2. Having recently calved and therefore able to give milk.
3. Improperly forward or bold; SYN. impertinent, impudent, overbold, smart, saucy.
4. Not canned or otherwise preserved.
5. Not containing or composed of salt water.
6. Not soured or preserved; SYN. sweet.
7. Not stale or old.
8. Not yet used or soiled; SYN. unused.
9. Of a kind not seen before; SYN. new, novel.
10. With restored energy; SYN. invigorated, refreshed, reinvigorated.
11. Not artificial.

hot
/ hɑːt /

pridev

Množina reči hot je hots.

Sinonimi:
red-hot · raging · live

Sinonimi:
active · baking · baking hot · blistering · blistery · burning · calefacient · calefactive · calefactory · calorifacient · calorific · charged · close · eager · fast · fervent · fervid · fiery · flaming · fresh · good · heatable · heated · heated up · het · het up · hottish · igneous · illegal · live · lucky · near · new · nigh · overheated · passionate · popular · radioactive · raging · red-hot · scorching · sensual · sexy · sizzling · skilled · stifling · sulfurous · sulphurous · sultry · sweltering · sweltry · tasty · thermal · torrid · tropic · tropical · unpleasant · violent · wanted · warm · warming · white · white-hot

1. Referring to physical heat; having a high or higher than desirable temperature or giving off heat or feeling or causing a sensation of heat or burning
2. (Color) Bold and intense
3. Having or dealing with dangerously high levels of radioactivity
4. Newly made
5. Newest or most recent; SYN. red-hot.
6. Characterized by violent and forceful activity or movement; very intense; SYN. raging.
7. Sexually excited or exciting
8. Capable of quick response and great speed
9. Having or showing great eagerness or enthusiasm
10. Having or bringing unusually good luck
11. Extended meanings; especially of psychological heat; marked by intensity or vehemence especially of passion or enthusiasm
12. Very good; often used in the negative
13. Very unpleasant or even dangerous
14. (Electricity) Charged or energized with electricity; SYN. live.
15. Wanted by the police
16. (Informal) Marked by excited activity
17. (Informal) Performed or performing with unusually great skill and daring and energy
18. (Informal) Recently stolen or smuggled
19. (Informal) Very popular or successful
20. (Music) Emotionally charged and intense and marked by strong rhythms and improvisation

live
/ laɪv /

pridev

Množina reči live je lives.

Sinonimi:
living · unrecorded

ETYM Abbreviated from alive. Related to Alive, Life.
1. Having life; SYN. living.
2. Showing characteristics of life; exerting force or containing energy.
3. Of current relevance.
4. Actually being performed (or--for the audience--present) at the time of viewing; SYN. unrecorded.
5. Charged with an explosive.
6. (Printing) In current use or ready for use.
7. (Informal) Abounding with life and energy.
Highly reverberant.

maiden
/ meɪdn̩ /

pridev

Množina reči maiden je maidens.

Sinonimi:
first · inaugural · initiative · initiatory · opening

1. Not married; virgin of a female animal; never yet mated; never having borne young
2. Of, relating to, or befitting a maiden
3. First, earliest

modern
/ mɑːdərn /

pridev

Množina reči modern je moderns.

Sinonimi:
Modern · advanced · contemporary · current · fashionable · forward-looking · innovative · late · mod · modern-day · moderne · modernistic · neo · new · nonclassical · progressive · recent · red-brick · redbrick · stylish · ultramodern

ETYM French moderne, Latin modernus; akin to modo just now, orig. abl. of modus measure; hence, by measure, just now. Related to Mode.
(Linguistics) Used of a living language; being the current stage in its development.
1. Belonging to the present or to recent times; since the Middle Ages.
2. Characteristic of present-day art and literature.

new
/ nuː /

pridev

Množina reči new je news.

Sinonimi:
unexampled · new to

Sinonimi:
New · bran-new · brand-new · current · early · fresh · hot · inexperienced · inexperient · late · modern · new-sprung · newborn · newfangled · newfound · novel · original · other · parvenu · parvenue · radical · raw · recent · red-hot · refreshing · revolutionary · rising · spic-and-span · spick-and-span · sunrise · unaccustomed · unexampled · unprecedented · untested · untried · unused · unweathered · virgin · young

(Homonym: gnu, knew, nu).
1. Having no previous example or precedent or parallel; SYN. unexampled.
2. (Often followed by 'to') Unfamiliar; SYN. new to.
3. Not of long duration; having just (or relatively recently) come into being or been made or acquired or discovered.
4. Unaffected by use or exposure.
5. Other than the former one; different.

new-mode

pridev

Množina reči new-mode je new-modes.

novel
/ nɑːvl̩ /

pridev

Množina reči novel je novels.

Sinonimi:
refreshing

Sinonimi:
fresh · new · original · refreshing

ETYM Old Fren. novel, nuvel, French nouvel, nouveau, Latin novellus, dim. of novus new. Related to New.
Pleasantly novel or different; SYN. refreshing.

recent
/ riːsənt /

pridev

Množina reči recent je recents.

Sinonimi:
late · modern · new · past

Sinonimi:
late · modern · new · past · Holocene · Holocene epoch · Recent · Recent epoch

ETYM Latin recens, -entis: cf. French récent.
1. Being new in a time not long past.
2. Near to or not long before the present.

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