Fresh-cut is used with these nouns: ↑grass

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  • fresh- — [[t]fre̱ʃ [/t]] COMB in ADJ: ADJ n Fresh is added to past participles in order to form adjectives which describe something as having been recently made or done. ...a vase of fresh cut flowers. ...a meadow of fresh mown hay …   English dictionary

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