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Adjective
Given or available without charge or cost
“The company is giving away free T-shirts as part of a marketing campaign.”
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(free of, free from) Not subject to or affected by something
“The summer holidays had arrived, and he was finally free from any assignments or homework.”
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Not engaged in work, responsibilities or obligations
“I will finally be free this weekend for some rest and relaxation.”
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(of equipment or a facility) Available for use
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“The nice young man would offer the free seat on the train to an elderly lady.”
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(of a state or institution) Not subject to foreign intervention or a despotic government
“Sadly, many people do not appreciate being in a free society until they have experienced otherwise.”
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Not confined or imprisoned
“Amanda relished finally being free again after being imprisoned for almost four years in Italy.”
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(free to) Allowed or permitted to do something
“There's no obligation to stay. You are free to leave whenever you wish to.”
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Not physically obstructed
“We need to complete roadworks by early morning to ensure the free flow of traffic.”
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Not physically fixed or attached
“As a running foot strikes the ground, it causes the free end of the shoelaces to stretch and then relax.”
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Using or expending without restraint
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“I am hoping he will be a lot more free with his money so he can buy me a drink every now and then, unlike his stingy brother.”
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Casual or relaxed in nature
“I thought of my toilsome job as being the only thing keeping me from living the free life I now dreamed of.”
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Frank or unrestrained in speech, expression, or action
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“Around friends, he would let his guard down and speak in a free manner about his innermost thoughts.”
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(archaic) Overfamiliar or forward
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“We've now become rather free with each other, perhaps even a bit too free.”
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Not restrained or held in check
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Predisposed to leniency
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Not married
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Not forced
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Being fully accessible and obtainable with little regard to restrictions
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Denotes a proceeding from one point to another in the quickest manner and without interruption
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Situated in or designed to be used in the open air or outside
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Comfort based on one's experience and knowledge with their surroundings
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Broadly construed or understood, not strictly literal or exact
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Free of something undesirable
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Able to be got or gotten
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Friendly, open, and talkative
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Objective or fair, after taking everything into account
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Not closed or fastened
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Not committed to a cause, activity, etc
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Left to or regulated by one's own discretion or judgment
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Expressing or supporting the idea that all people should be equal
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Free from guilt
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Of or pertaining to liberalism
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Not impaired
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Drawn using the hand without any helping device
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Something kept in reserve as a spare or backup
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Wild or feral, having not been domesticated
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Ready for use if required
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Free
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Open to or shared by all the people of an area or country
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Changing regularly or constantly
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Existing but not yet developed or manifest
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Protected or exempt, especially from an obligation or the effects of something
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Acting or done at leisure
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Digressing from subject to subject
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Having no distinct shape or form
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(of assets) Held in cash or easily converted into cash
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To release from confinement
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“Arthur Morgan would use a stick of dynamite to free Micah Bell from his prison cell.”
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To release from a physical restraint
“A nice man would free the fox that was caught in a hunter's trap.”
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To unburden from something undesirable or restrictive
“She hoped that the story she told him would heal his soul and free him from the burden of his scarred childhood.”
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To exempt from a rule, obligation or punishment
“He repeatedly indicated that he understood the court would terminate his parental rights, and made a point of observing that said termination would free him from any legal obligation to the child.”
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(free up) To remove unwanted items from a surface, space or area
“Let's free up the spare room so that you can use it as a study.”
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To part with a possession or right
“Because you are so insistent, I will free up some of my precious time to meet with you.”
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To make assets or funds available
“The banks would free the politician's bank accounts after he was cleared of any wrongdoing.”
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To unfasten something tied, fastened, or fixed in place
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To avoid, lessen, or guard against
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No longer in difficulty or trouble
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To remove or take out, especially by effort or force
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To free (someone) of a misconception or misapprehension
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To knock or force out of position
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To remove the regulations, or legal restrictions, from
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Not working
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Air out; make known
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To free from anxiety or worry
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At no cost
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