(v) In order to become fresh, such as vitality or look: freshened up after the day's work.
(v) to be brisk; rise in power. Applied associated with the wind.
(v) to get rid of saltiness.
(v) to help make fresh.
(v) To add to or strengthen (a glass or two).
(v) to help make fresh; to split up, as water, from saline components; to make less salty.
(v) In order to become fresh.
(v) In order to make fresh.
(v) to start or resume giving milk, specially after calving.
To grow brisk; develop stronger or better: since, the wind freshens; the verdure freshens.
To grow fresh; lose sodium or saltness.
To invigorate; revive; restore.
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may be used regarding sexual intercourse, which range from "feeling up" and groping to violent aggravated sexual assault and rape.Used in common context by ladies prior to going to the washroom, proclaiming they are planning to masturbate. by Bryce GeronimoReport definition