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refresher

[ ri-fresh-er ]
/ rɪˈfrɛʃ ər /
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noun
a person or thing that refreshes.
British. a partial or interim fee paid to a lawyer during a prolonged case.
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Origin of refresher

First recorded in 1375–1425, refresher is from the late Middle English word refressher.See refresh, -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for refresher

refresher
/ (rɪˈfrɛʃə) /

noun
something that refreshes, such as a cold drink
English law a fee, additional to that marked on the brief, paid to counsel in a case that lasts more than a day
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