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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrefreshre‧fresh /rɪˈfreʃ/ ●○○ verb  1 [transitive]RECOVER/GET BETTER to make someone feel less tired or less hot A shower will refresh you.refresh yourself (with something) He refreshed himself with a glass of iced tea.2 refresh somebody’s memory3 refresh somebody’s drink4 [intransitive, transitive] technicalTD if you refresh your computer screen while you are connected to the Internet, you make the screen show any new information that has arrived since you first began looking at it syn updaterefreshed adjective Jen returned from vacation feeling relaxed and refreshed.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
refreshKarl von Bruhel awoke feeling calm and refreshed.Having eaten, I felt refreshed and calm as I got into bed.A brief nap was enough to refresh him after the flight.He could have returned refreshed in the morning to kill off the match completely.She had insisted on coming with me to refresh, so she said, her memory of that ghastly old trout.refresh yourself (with something)She must enter without fear and bathe and refresh herself.To a large extent, however, Wright thinks people tend to refresh each other.You can always take a few days off immediately before the exam to rest and refresh yourself.You must take a turn around the garden, ma mie, to refresh yourself.After refreshing himself at the bar, Isaac came back for him, prescient to the altered expectations of official white men.It could wait the length of time it took a man to refresh himself with December air.Here presumably Miss Wharton and her fellow helpers would arrange the flowers, wash out their dusters, refresh themselves with tea.Perhaps he should refresh himself with the facts.