freshen up

This page is about the phrasal verb freshen up.

Meaning: If you freshen up, you wash your face and hands and make yourself look and feel better.

For example:

  • freshen up I was hot and sweaty when I came inside so I went straight to the bathroom to freshen up.

  • freshen up If you'd like to freshen up before dinner, the bathroom is the first door on the right.

Quick Quiz:

If you'd like to freshen up, please feel free to use our

a. restroom

b. swimming pool

c. refreshments

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