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freebie

noun [C] uk   /ˈfriː.bi/ informal us  
something that is given to you without you having to pay for it, especially as a way of attracting your support for or interest in something: The company's marketing rep was giving out pens and mugs - the usual freebies. The journalists were all given a freebie lunch.
Translations of “freebie”
in Spanish regal, cortesía…
in Korean 공짜로 받은 것…
in Arabic هَدِيّة تَرويجِيّة…
in Portuguese brinde…
in Catalan obsequi…
in Japanese 景品…
in Italian omaggio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 免費品,贈品…
in Russian что-либо бесплатное…
in Turkish eşantiyon, ücretsiz dağıtılan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 免费品,赠品…
in Polish upominek…
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