English version

fresh from something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfresh from somethingfresh from somethinga) (also fresh out of something American English) having just finished your education or training, and not having a lot of experience He’s fresh out of law school. b) having just come from a particular place or experience The team is fresh from their victory over the French. fresh
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