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frosh

1. slang A first-year student, as in high school or college. The word comes from "freshman." Hey, tell the frosh to get in here for this announcement. Back when I was a frosh, I wanted to major in bio, but now I'm not so sure.
2. slang Relating to first-year students. Hey, tell the frosh field hockey players to get in here for this announcement. When does frosh orientation start?

frosh

(frɔʃ)
1. n. a freshman. Ken is just a frosh, but he looks older.
2. mod. having to do with freshmen. The frosh dorm is full again this year.
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Mr Frosh and District of Columbia attorney general Karl Racine have scheduled a news conference to announce the lawsuit.
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(Herbert joins Mass MOCA'S Laura Heon in the catalogue, which also features Ritchie's own writings.) With his own cosmology informing and expanding from painting and drawing into sculpture and animated films, Richie aspires to the frosh epistemological wow and scale of the other Matthew.
(Last fall, reports Newsweek, Yale frosh Barbara tried to score some hooch in New Haven as one Barbara Pierce of Baltimore, Maryland.)
Frosh will join four other state attorneys general Thursday in making a "major announcement" about the opioid epidemic, according to a news release from the Maryland Office of the Attorney General.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh and Maryland Secretary of the Environment Ben Grumbles announced a $33.5M settlement with Volkswagen and its affiliates, Audi and Porsche.
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Two financial-biz rookies in sleek suits and their bottle-blonde, scream-queen colleague have themselves a mediocre little movie in "ATM." Manitoba-shot, yuletide-set title from frosh helmer David Brooks and screenwriter Chris Sparling (the claustrophobic "Buried"), about a cashless trio threatened by a faceless villain with a predilection for fur-lined hoodies, seems assembled from autopilot thriller material, with most of the dull dialogue devoted to plugging potential plot holes rather than anything resembling logic.
A coalition of consumer and public health groups presented "Children's Health Champion" awards to Delegate James Hubbard and Senator Brian Frosh for their leadership in passing 2010 legislation to ban the toxic chemical bisphenol-A (BPA) in baby bottles and sippy cups, making Maryland the fourth state to restrict the use of the chemical when Governor O'Malley signed the bill into law on April 13, 2010.
The phenomenally fast frosh picked up a pair of gold medals, in the 200-meter dash and the 1,600 relay, at the Central Mass.
Wilsonville Frosh 10, McKenzie 0: Caleb Anderson hit a triple and Ryan Harbick struck out five in three innings, but the visiting Eagles committed six errors in the loss to the Wildcats.
Professor Stephen Frosh has found that schoolboys feel that in order to be popular they must live up to a masculine image when with their peers.
To the pounding bass line of a song by the Vengaboys, hundreds of first-year students (frosh) at the University of Toronto's (U of T) downtown campus experienced Carnival Day on September 7.
Frosh's office alleged in two actions announced Tuesday.