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All talks start at 2.30 pm and admission is free.
There is plenty of free parking.
The swimming pool is free to hotel guests.
You can claim your free gift with your first order.
He will soon be a free man again.
He opened the cage and set the eagle free.
Hand me the free end of the rope.
With his free hand he carefully unfastened his belt.
Sally struggled to get free from the branches.
Officials want free access to all suspect nuclear sites.
People should have a free choice of lawyers.
You are free to come and go as you please.
We want to give all children a world free from violence.
It was a relaxing atmosphere, free of tension.
Within minutes, she was absolutely free of pain.
I’m busy at the moment, but I’ll be free this afternoon.
Are you free for lunch?
Do you have any free time this weekend?
I’ll keep a day free next week for our meeting.
He’s never been particularly free with his cash.
A lot of people think life’s a lot more free and easy round here.
Don’t you think the owner will have something to say about your making free with his belongings?
This is the British English definition of free. View American English definition of free.