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13 Dec 2019

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Q1.
A: They're fresh out of the oven.
B: They're fresh off the oven.
C: They're fresh. Just came out of the oven.
Are these the same meaning?

Q2.
Can I say
A: These grilled chickens are fresh out of the grill.
B: These grilled chickens are fresh off the grill.
C: These grilled chickens are fresh and just came out of the grill.
Are these the same meaning?

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