1. An adjective describing someone whose attire and attitude are both fresh and professional, both fly and ready to do work (and "do work," as it were).

Alternative spellings: profreshonal, profreshional, profresional, et al.
Look at John in that tug sport jacket, he looks so profressional!

Otis was not being very profressional when he booked his ticket with the wrong return date.

Damn legs, you are looking straight profressional in that tight black skirt.
作者 Sweet Lou the Rhythm Jew 2011年2月22日

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