What does refresh mean?

Definitions for refresh
rɪˈfrɛʃre·fresh

Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word refresh.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. review, brush up, refresh(verb)

    refresh one's memory

    "I reviewed the material before the test"

  2. refresh, freshen(verb)

    make (to feel) fresh

    "The cool water refreshed us"

  3. freshen, refresh, refreshen, freshen up(verb)

    become or make oneself fresh again

    "She freshened up after the tennis game"

  4. refresh, freshen, refreshen(verb)

    make fresh again

Wiktionary

  1. refresh(Noun)

    The periodic energizing required to maintain the contents of computer memory, the display luminance of a computer screen, etc.

    Etymology: From refrescher (French: rafraîchir)

  2. refresh(Noun)

    The update of a display (in a web browser or similar software) to show the latest version of the data.

    Etymology: From refrescher (French: rafraîchir)

  3. refresh(Verb)

    To renew or revitalize.

    Etymology: From refrescher (French: rafraîchir)

  4. refresh(Verb)

    To reload a webpage on the internet.

    Etymology: From refrescher (French: rafraîchir)

  5. refresh(Verb)

    To cause (a web browser or similar software) to refresh its display.

    Etymology: From refrescher (French: rafraîchir)

  6. refresh(Verb)

    To perform the periodic energizing required to maintain the contents of computer memory, the display luminance of a computer screen, etc.

    Etymology: From refrescher (French: rafraîchir)

Webster Dictionary

  1. Refresh(adj)

    to make fresh again; to restore strength, spirit, animation, or the like, to; to relieve from fatigue or depression; to reinvigorate; to enliven anew; to reanimate; as, sleep refreshes the body and the mind

  2. Refresh(adj)

    to make as if new; to repair; to restore

  3. Refresh(noun)

    the act of refreshing

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Refresh

    rē-fresh′, v.t. to give new strength, spirit, &c. to: to revive after exhaustion: to enliven: to restore a fresh appearance to.—v.i. to become fresh again: (coll.) to take refreshment, as food and drink.—v.t. Rēfresh′en, to make fresh again.—n. Rēfresh′er, one who, or that which, refreshes: a fee paid to counsel for continuing his attention to a case, esp. when adjourned.—adj. Rēfresh′ful, full of power to refresh: refreshing.—adv. Rēfresh′fully.—p.adj. Rēfresh′ing, reviving, invigorating.—adv. Rēfresh′ingly, in a refreshing manner: so as to revive.—ns. Rēfresh′ingness; Refresh′ment, the act of refreshing: new strength or spirit after exhaustion: that which refreshes, as food or rest—(pl.) usually food and drink.—Refreshment, or Refection, Sunday, the fourth Sunday in Lent.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of refresh in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of refresh in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of refresh in a Sentence

  1. Eddy Merckx:

    This exhibition is ideal to refresh the memory. It's a fine testimony of everything we accomplished, it allowed me to look back and ask myself how I managed to win so many times.

  2. Tomislav Karamarko:

    It would be good if we all left, Oreskovic, Petrov and me, and the HDZ to provide a new prime-minister designate. We will do everything to find a solution as soon as possible, it would be the best solution to refresh the leading positions in the government.

  3. Cato the Elder:

    The best way to keep good acts in memory is to refresh them with new.

  4. Mehmet Murat ildan:

    What have you got if you do not have a peaceful corner where you can refresh yourself?

  5. Jitesh Ubrani:

    They also get to control their own product launch cadence, in the past, they had to really wait on Intel to launch new processors before they could refresh the Mac lineup.

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