refresh

refresh
[rɪ'freʃ] 1.
verbo transitivo
1) (invigorate) [bath] rinfrescare, ristorare; [cold drink] rinfrescare, dissetare; [hot drink, rest] ristorare
2) (renew)

to refresh sb.'s memory — rinfrescare la memoria a qcn

2.
verbo riflessivo

to refresh oneself — (with rest) riposarsi, ristorarsi; (with bath, drink) rinfrescarsi

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[rə'freʃ]
verb
(to give new strength and energy to; to make (a person etc) feel less hot, tired etc, eg after or during a period of hard work: This glass of cool lemonade will refresh you.) rinfrescare, rinvigorire
- refreshingly
- refreshments
- refresh someone's memory
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refresh /rɪˈfrɛʃ/
n.
1 (anche fig.) rinfrescata
2 (comput.) aggiornamento.
(to) refresh /rɪˈfrɛʃ/
v. t.
1 ristorare; rinvigorire: It's surprising how even a short nap can refresh you, è sorprendente come anche solo un sonnellino possa rinvigorirti
2 riempire di nuovo: May I refresh your glass?, posso riempirle di nuovo il bicchiere?
3 (Internet) aggiornare
4 (raro) rinfrescare; far ritornare fresco
to refresh sb.'s memory, rinfrescare la memoria a q.: Let me refresh your memory of what happened, lascia che ti rinfreschi la memoria su quello che è successo □ to refresh oneself, rimettersi in sesto; ristorarsi: Why don't you refresh yourself with a shower?, perché non ti rimetti in sesto con una doccia? □ (comput.) refresh rate, frequenza di aggiornamento, velocità di refresh.
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[rɪ'freʃ] 1.
verbo transitivo
1) (invigorate) [bath] rinfrescare, ristorare; [cold drink] rinfrescare, dissetare; [hot drink, rest] ristorare
2) (renew)

to refresh sb.'s memory — rinfrescare la memoria a qcn

2.
verbo riflessivo

to refresh oneself — (with rest) riposarsi, ristorarsi; (with bath, drink) rinfrescarsi


English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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