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frosh

 (frŏsh)
n. pl. frosh Informal
A freshman, as in college.

[Shortening and alteration of freshman (perhaps influenced by German Frosch, frog, grammar-school pupil).]

frosh

(frɒʃ)
n
(Education) slang US and Canadian a freshman
[C20: altered from freshman]

frosh

(frɒʃ)

n., pl. frosh. Informal.
a freshman, (def. 1).
[1910–15]
Translations

frosh

n (US inf) (Univ) → Erstsemester nt (inf); (Sch) → Frischling m (inf)
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It was important to meet new people, but the crude language of frosh week cheers shocked me.