be fresh from

be fresh from

1. To have just returned from a certain place. Our new exchange student is fresh from Russia and doesn't speak English at all. He's in a good mood because he's fresh from a tropical vacation.
2. To have just completed a particular task or goal, often a level of education. Primarily heard in UK. This candidate is fresh from university and has no teaching experience. I'm fresh from swim practice, so I need to shower.
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be fresh from swh

  (British) also be fresh out of swh (American & Australian)
to have just finished education or training in a particular school or college and not have much experience Our course is taught by a young professor fresh out of law school.
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