LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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freshly ground coffee = coffee that has been recently ground (this is close to "na hora")
fresh ground coffee = ground coffee that is fresh
Both expressions are common and get the idea across, but there is a slight difference in meaning. "Freshly" refers to when it was ground, and "fresh" is an adjective that describes its current state.
instantly ground coffee = coffee that has been ground immediately
This is not widely used. I found nine hits on Google for the expression.
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