verb as in make like new; give new life
We refresh the dataset on a rolling basis to ensure that any and all changes to individual races are accounted for quickly.
Americans from coast to coast are feverishly refreshing their Robinhood and TD Ameritrade brokerage apps, while newbie traders in India are enamored with penny stocks.
Dayes’ hollow-sounding drum rolls and Misch’s soft vocals present a mesmeric groove that is refreshing and an unique break from the stresses and strains coming from those who live only to harm anything in sight.
As with newer SPAC entrants, Ribbit’s blank check company also seeks to differentiate itself from its bevy of competitors with refreshed deal terms.
In addition to the rollout of its updated business matchmaking and lead-gen tools, Yelp has been involved in a phased upgrade and refresh of its UI on the desktop, mobile web and mobile app.
But the competition between him, and Jimmys Fallon and Kimmel could refresh the stale landscape of late night.
“I remember when I first created it, I would refresh the page to see how many subscribers had joined,” he says.
The awards are accompanied by the announcement of a major design refresh for the magazine debuting in the March/April issue.
“To the extent he was able to refresh any New Hampshire contacts, he would have done that then,” says Cullen.
Just to refresh, the graffiti artist Banksy started a month-long residency in New York City at the beginning of this month.
The general commanded a halt, and ordered the men to refresh and strengthen themselves by food and drink.
I frequently used to visit the plantations of nutmegs and cloves, and refresh myself with their balsamic fragrance.
Cold chills crept over Tom, as Mr. Harrison looked round to refresh his memory.
He therefore determined to refresh himself by a night's sleep for the finish.
Are these impressions that you gained now, gained from an attempt to refresh your recollection?
On this page you'll find 99 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to refresh, such as: cool, exhilarate, reinvigorate, rejuvenate, replenish, and revive.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.