比喻用法。比较sophomore, junior, senior.
- freshman (n.)
- 1550s, "newcomer, novice," from fresh (adj.1) in the sense "making one's first acquaintance, inexperienced" + man (n.). Sense of "university student in first year" is attested from 1590s. As an adjective by 1805. Freshwoman is from 1620s. Related: Freshmen; freshmanic, freshmanship, freshmanhood.
- 1. during my freshman year
- 2. Jack decided to live in during his freshman year at college.
- 3. An annual freshman icebreaker called " Dickerella, " in which women and men pair off for trips to a local burger Joint named Dick's, has become a farce.
- 一年一度使新生气氛活跃的活动叫 “ 迪克莱拉 ”, 在活动中男女生配成对一起到当地一个汉堡包快餐店去就餐, 这项活动已经成了滑稽的事.
- 4. It's important for the college freshman to keep his nose clean.
- 5. He flounders through the first weeks of freshman year.
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