fresh from

fresh from

1. Having just arrived 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. Having just completed a particular task or goal, often a level of education. 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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Those big, red, sweet beauties are in season, ready to enjoy with pouffs of whipped cream or pop into your mouth fresh from the field or store.
and Hillshire Farm have announced a strategic alliance to produce an industry first -- packaged salads with meat that will stay fresh from production to consumption.