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Arabic translation of “free”

free

adjective
 
/friː/
A2 costing no money
مَجّاني
Entry is free for children.
A2 not busy doing anything
حُرّ (غَيْر مَشْغول)
Are you free on Friday? free time
able to do things without being controlled
حُرّ
People should be free to say what they think.
not in prison or in a cage
طَليق
He opened the cage and set the birds free.
not being used by anyone
خالٍ (غَيْر مُسْتَخْدَم)
Is this seat free?
freely /ˈfriː·li/ adverb
بِحُرّية
For the first time in months she could move freely.
(Definition of free adjective from the Cambridge English-Arabic Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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