1. people who are free;
1. grant freedom to; free from confinement
2. relieve from;
3. remove or force out from a position;
4. grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to;
5. make (information) available publication;
6. free from obligations or duties
7. free or remove obstruction from;
8. let off the hook;
9. part with a possession or right;
10. make (assets) available;
1. able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint;
2. unconstrained or not chemically bound in a molecule or not fixed and capable of relatively unrestricted motion;
3. costing nothing;
4. not occupied or in use;
5. not fixed in position;
6. not held in servitude;
7. not taken up by scheduled activities;
8. not literal;
1. without restraint;
Treat this house as your own, feel free.
I have given him a free hand in the matter.
I feel so free without those tight clothes.
You can drive a hard bargain in the free market.
The evidence given by his friend turned the scales, and the boy was set free.
The general directed that the prisoners should be set free.
When an atom of U 235 is split, several neutrons are set free.
The cat made a struggle to get free.
Only a truly free person has human dignity.
The thief struggled to get free.
He cut desperately at the rope in an attempt to free his foot.
Free you from worry.
Now that I've got my divorce, I feel as free as a bird.
Much as we may pride ourselves on our good taste, we are no longer free to choose the things we want, for advertising exerts a subtle influence on us.
He is free from prejudice to everybody.
Tom gave him a free pass on the railway.
The girl asked her father to free the bird from the cage.
In this country children of denizen go to school free.
You are free to leave the house at will.
The committee ruled that the US ban constituted an infringement of free trade.
He made the suggestion that the political prisoners ( should ) be set free.
Make it anytime that suits you ; I'm always free.
an unfettered free market
a voucher for a free meal
What I did for you was free, gratis, you understand?
They broke free and made off in a stolen car.
(informal)without cost or payment
these professionals were giving their time for free.
free and easy
informal and relaxed
free, gratis, and for nothing
a free hand
freedom to act at one's own discretion
free on board (或 rail)
(缩略词: f.o.b. 或 f.o.r.)including or assuming delivery without charge to a ship or railway wagon
(a) free rein
a free ride
used in reference to a situation in which someone benefits without having to make a fair contribution
people have been having a free ride, paying so little rent that there is no money for maintenance.
the free world
the non-communist countries of the world, as formerly opposed to the Soviet bloc
it's a free country
said when asserting that a course of action is not illegal or forbidden, often in justification of it
make free with
treat without ceremony or proper respect
he'll have something to say about your making free with his belongings.
free, liberate, release, discharge
relieve acquit unchain expansive aboveboard liberty exempt unrestrained extricate lavish emancipate straightforward off conversational option rid restrain autonomous conversable unbounded outside deliver immune discharge facile unselfish restrict release complimentary reprieve loosen open gratis unlock loose busy at liberate dismiss clear profuse independent voluntary
There is relatively little information about free, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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