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get fresh with (one)

1. To treat one impolitely or inappropriately, especially by talking back to an authority figure. Don't get fresh with your mother, young lady!
2. To show one's sexual interest in someone, often in a very forward or overly confident way. I'm pretty sure Joe likes me—I mean, he got fresh with me after work yesterday.
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get ˈfresh (with somebody)

(informal) be rude and too confident in a way that shows a lack of respect for somebody or a sexual interest in somebody: Don’t get fresh with me!
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This will enable many people to get fresh vegetables at much lower prices than prevailing in the market for imported ones.
We received such an overwhelming response to our initial Get Fresh With a Friend Program that we knew we had to satisfy such strong consumer demand by bringing it back in 2011," says Cherie Kamin, Cottonelle brand manager.
A large number of people visited banks including State Bank of Pakistan in a great number to get fresh notice but were disappointed as no fresh notes were available.