|to spend time idly; loaf.|
|to chew (food) slowly and thoroughly.|
|1.||(usually tr or reflexive) to make or become fresh or vigorous, as through rest, drink, or food; revive or reinvigorate|
|2.||(tr) to enliven (something worn or faded), as by adding new decorations|
|3.||(tr) to stimulate (the memory)|
|4.||(tr) to replenish, as with new equipment or stores|
|5.||computing to display the latest updated version (of a web page or document); reload|
|[C14: from Old French refreschir; see |
refresh re·fresh (rĭ-frěsh')
v. re·freshed, re·fresh·ing, re·fresh·es
To cause to recuperate; revive.
To renew by stimulation.
To pare or scrape the edges of a wound to promote healing.