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fresca

fresh

adjective

fresca
feminine noun
1. (insolencia)
  • soltarle una fresca o cuatro frescas a alguien -> to tell somebody a few home truths
2. loose woman (Pey) (mujer)

fresca [fres’-cah]
noun
1. V. (f)
  • Tomar la fresca -> to take the air (aire)
  • Salir con la fresca -> to go out during the fresh air in the evening or very early in the morning (período)
2. (coll.) (impertinencia) A cheeky remark. (f)
3. Shameless woman, brazen woman (descarada). (f)
FRESCO.
adjective
1. Fresh, coolish, rather cool.
2. Fresh, recent, newly come, just made (nuevo).
  • Cosas todavía frescas en la memoria -> things still fresh in the memory
3. Plump, ruddy.
4. Fresh, bold in manner (descarado).
  • Estar más fresco que una lechuga -> to be as cool as a cucumber
  • Dinero fresco -> ready money, cash paid off-hand
  • Viento fresco -> (Naut.) a fresh breeze
5. Light, thin (vestido, tela) 6.
Fresh, ruddy, healthy (tez).

fresca
1
la fresca: saldremos temprano, con la fresca we'll leave early, while it's still cool; we'll leave early, in the cool of the morning; charlaban en la calle, sentados a la fresca they were sitting in the street chatting in the cool air
sestear a la fresca algunos transeúntes bien vestidos paseaban a la fresca, bajo la luz de los faroles Había viejos y chiquillos sentados a la fresca
salir a tomar la fresca to go out for a breath of (fresh) air
2 (insolencia)
decir o soltar cuatro frescas a algn to give sb a lot of cheek (familiar)

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