refreshed


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re·fresh

(rĭ-frĕsh′)
v. re·freshed, re·fresh·ing, re·fresh·es
v. tr.
1.
a. To revive or reinvigorate, as with rest, food, or drink: She was refreshed by a quick nap.
b. To renew by stimulation: refresh one's memory; refreshed my French with an online course.
2. To make cool, clean, or moist; freshen up: refreshed the lettuce under the faucet.
3. To fill up again; replenish: refresh a drink.
4. Electronics To renew (the image on a display screen), as by renewing the flow of electrons from the cathode-ray tube: The faster a monitor refreshes images, the less it flickers.
5. Computers
a. To update (the information displayed on a screen), as to reflect the most recent changes to a webpage being viewed.
b. To maintain (data in a dynamic RAM) by sending a new electric pulse to recharge the microchips.
v. intr.
1. To take refreshment.
2. To become fresh again; revive.

[Middle English refresshen, from Old French refreschir : re-, re- + fres, fresche, fresh (of Germanic origin).]

refreshed

(rɪˈfrɛʃt)
adj
fresh or vigorous, as through rest, drink, or food; revived or reinvigorated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.refreshed - with restored energy
rested - not tired; refreshed as by sleeping or relaxing; "came back rested from her vacation"
Translations

refreshed

[rɪˈfrɛʃt] adj [person] → revigoré(e)refresher course [rɪˈfrɛʃərkɔːrs] n (British)cours m de recyclage
References in classic literature ?
With pleasure," said the Bull, "as soon as you have refreshed yourself a little for the journey.
I took out my small provisions and after having refreshed myself, I secured the remainder in a cave, whereof there were great numbers; I gathered plenty of eggs upon the rocks, and got a quantity of dry sea-weed, and parched grass, which I designed to kindle the next day, and roast my eggs as well as I could, for I had about me my flint, steel, match, and burning-glass.
A painter who has gazed too long upon some glaring colour, refreshes his dazzled sight by looking upon a darker and more sombre tint; but everything that met Mr Nickleby's gaze wore so black and gloomy a hue, that he would have been beyond description refreshed by the very reverse of the contrast.
I can lay my hand on my heart, and declare that every page has charmed, refreshed, delighted me.
When I awoke, I found myself much refreshed, but weak, and exceeding thirsty.
As they ascended still higher, there were cool breezes that refreshed and braced them, and springing with new ardor to their task, they at length attained the summit.
Prince Andrew was somewhat refreshed by having ridden off the dusty highroad along which the troops were moving.
With Hugh's assistance, however, he contrived to stagger to the pump; and having refreshed himself with an abundant draught of cold water, and a copious shower of the same refreshing liquid on his head and face, he ordered some rum and milk to be served; and upon that innocent beverage and some biscuits and cheese made a pretty hearty meal.
I was greatly refreshed by this, and emboldened by the fact that no enquiring tentacle followed the noise of my pumping.
At the French theater where he arrived for the last act, and afterwards at the Tatar restaurant after his champagne, Stepan Arkadyevitch felt a little refreshed in the atmosphere he was used to.