Refresh - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |rɪˈfreʃ|  American pronunciation of the word refresh
Brit.  |rɪˈfreʃ|  British pronunciation of the word refresh


- refresh one's memory (syn: brush up, review)
- make (to feel) fresh (syn: freshen)
The cool water refreshed us
- become or make oneself fresh again (syn: freshen)
- make fresh again (syn: freshen)

Extra examples

...brought out some iced tea to refresh the spirits of the folks working out in the sun...

...we were looking for a family-friendly restaurant where we could sit down and refresh before continuing...

I'll just refresh myself with a cup of tea.

The play has been showing for so long, it now needs to be refreshed with some new details.

A shower will refresh you.

He refreshed himself with a glass of iced tea.

Jen returned from vacation feeling relaxed and refreshed.

Typically the refresh operation must be performed about every 2 milliseconds.

The cool water refreshed us

...took a snooze after lunch to refresh himself...

I looked at the map to refresh my memory of the route.

Can I refresh your drink?

Word forms

I/you/we/they: refresh
he/she/it: refreshes
present participle: refreshing
past tense: refreshed
past participle: refreshed
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