fresh vs old: What's the difference?

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Which is correct: fresh or old

How to spell fresh?

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freshadjective

original and of a kind not seen before

freshadjective

not containing or composed of salt water

freshadjective

improperly forward or bold

freshadjective

not yet used or soiled

freshadjective

with restored energy

freshadjective

free from impurities

freshverb

very recently

freshadjective

not soured or preserved

freshadjective

imparting vitality and energy

freshadjective

having recently calved and therefore able to give milk

freshadjective

not canned or otherwise preserved

freshadjective

(of a cycle) beginning or occurring again

freshadjective

recently made, produced, or harvested

oldadjective

skilled through long experience

oldadjective

belonging to some prior time

oldadjective

just preceding something else in time or order

oldadjective

very good

oldadjective

of a very early stage in development

oldadjective

of long duration; not new

oldnoun

past times (especially in the phrase `in days of old')

oldadjective

(used especially of persons) having lived for a relatively long time or attained a specific age

oldadjective

(used for emphasis) very familiar

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