(to have) some free time: (avoir) du temps libre
If you have some free time this weekend, you should come over for a drink. Si tu as du temps libre ce week-end, tu devrais passer chez moi prendre un verre.
to be free (to do something): être libre (de faire qq ch)
- "We encourage all of our listeners to visit Australia and New Zealand when you have some free time."
- "I imagine that you may have some free time on Thursday, as Mr. Horatio refuses to come to work, because he says that Thursdays are his Sabbath day, when he stays home and speaks with spirits."
- "Well, are you free to talk for a few minutes?"
- "Are you free to talk?"
- "Are you free next week?"
- "Say, are you free tonight?"
- "I imagine that you may have some free time on Thursday, as Mr. Horatio refuses to come in, because he says that Thursdays are his Sabbath day, when he stays home and converses with spirits, at least, that's what Susie tells me."
- "Edward : Jean, are you free tonight?"
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