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to free (the slaves): to liberate, to emancipate, to release (the slaves)

(I am) free (this afternoon): (I) am available, have free time (this afternoon)

(Take a chocolate.) It's free!: (Take a chocolate.) You don't have to pay! It doesn't cost any money!


  • "Fans of the punk group "Down with the Duke" will finally get their wish when the band makes its highly anticipated comeback tomorrow night at the Free Trade Room in New York City."
  • "Customs Agent : Ok, you're free to go."
  • "Royal Rehab®- Contact us today for a free estimate and consultation."
  • "Brian : There's no such thing as "free"."
  • "Staff, employees, shareholders, homeless people just here for the free food, I ask you to look into your hearts: I ask you to support the Delavigne Corporation in this time of trouble."
  • "From Stickypedia, the free online encyclopedia"
  • "It's free!"
  • "This is about free knowledge!"
  • "InBrianaJones (Brian Jones) says : It's software that allows you to make cheap or free calls over the Internet."
  • "Her owner wanted to thank me for saving her by giving me a voucher for a free wine tasting at a vineyard."

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