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free

adjective
 
 
/friː/
NOT CONTROLLED B2 able to live, happen, or exist without being controlled by anyone or anything
serbest, bağımsız
free trade a free society [+ to do sth] People should be free to say what they think.Freedom to actOpportunity
NO COST A2 not costing any money
ücretsiz, bedava
a free sample of perfume Entry is free for children under 12. The unemployed get their prescriptions free of charge.Costing or worth little or no money
NOT A PRISONER B2 not in prison or in a cage
hür, özgür, tutsak olmayan
He opened the cage and set the birds free.Freedom to actOpportunity
NOT BUSY A2 not busy doing anything
boş, meşgul olmayan
Are you free this evening? I don't have much free time.Available and accessiblePresent
NOT USED not being used by anyone
serbest, boşta, kullanılmayan
Is this seat free?Available and accessiblePresent
free from/of sth not containing or having anything harmful or unpleasant
...den/dan arındırılmış; zararlı madde içermeyen
a life free from painLacking thingsScarce, inadequate and not enoughEssential or necessary
→  See also duty-free , a free hand , free rein , tax-free , toll-free , feel free
(Definition of free adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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