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Definition of "fresh-cut" [fresh-cut]

  • Recently cut; -- of flowers. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "fresh-cut" in a sentence
  • "Wal-Mart's Seiyu chain in Japan in 2009 converted packages for its private-label fresh-cut fruit and salads from oil-based to corn-based plastic."
  • "Mr. Wen, in white shirt sleeves and accompanied by an entourage of dozens of officials, appeared visibly moved as he bowed deeply in front of a bed of fresh-cut flowers commemorating the accident's victims, and vowed that the government's investigation—which so far has been widely criticized for lacking transparency—will offer a result that can "stand the test of history.""
  • "Under the plan, the USDA would have required Christmas tree growers to pay 15 cents per fresh-cut tree to fund an advertising board to "enhance the image of Christmas trees and the Christmas tree industry in the United States.""
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