verb (used with object)
to provide new vigor and energy by rest, food, etc. (often used reflexively).
to stimulate (the memory).
to make fresh again; reinvigorate or cheer (a person, the mind, spirits, etc.).
to freshen in appearance, color, etc., as by a restorative.
to access (the most recent version of a Web page) from the Internet instead of from the cache:
I refreshed the page to see the current stock price before executing my online trade.
to display (an image) repeatedly, as on a CRT, in order to prevent fading.
to read and write (the contents of dynamic storage) at intervals in order to avoid loss of data.
verb (used without object)
to take refreshment, especially food or drink.
to become fresh or vigorous again; revive.
(usually transitive or reflexive) to make or become fresh or vigorous, as through rest, drink, or food; revive or reinvigorate
(transitive) to enliven (something worn or faded), as by adding new decorations
(transitive) to stimulate (the memory)
(transitive) to replenish, as with new equipment or stores
(computing) to display the latest updated version (of a web page or document); reload
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.
verb (used with or without object) 1. to make or become fresh again; refresh.
noun 1. a person or thing that refreshes. 2. British. a partial or interim fee paid to a lawyer during a prolonged case. 3. refresher course. noun 1. something that refreshes, such as a cold drink 2. (English law) a fee, additional to that marked on the brief, paid to counsel in a case that […]
noun 1. a study course serving as a review of previous education. refresher course noun 1. a short educational course for people to review their subject and developments in it
adjective 1. having the power to restore freshness, vitality, energy, etc.: a refreshing nap. 2. pleasingly fresh or different: a refreshing lack of pretense. verb (used with object) 1. to provide new vigor and energy by rest, food, etc. (often used reflexively). 2. to stimulate (the memory). 3. to make fresh again; reinvigorate or cheer […]