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"freebie" in American English

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freebienoun [C]

 us   /ˈfri·bi/ infml
something that is usually ​sold but that is given to you without ​your having to ​pay for it: They’re giving out freebies of a new ​dietdrink.
(Definition of freebie from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"freebie" in British English

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freebienoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈfriː.bi/ informal
something that is given to you without you having to ​pay for it, ​especially as a way of ​attractingyoursupport for or ​interest in something: The company's ​marketingrep was giving out ​pens and ​mugs - the ​usual freebies. The ​journalists were all given a freebie ​lunch.
(Definition of freebie from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"freebie" in Business English

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freebienoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈfriːbi/ informal MARKETING
something that you are given by a ​company or ​organization without having to ​pay for it, especially something that ​advertises a ​product or makes you want to ​buy a ​product
(Definition of freebie from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “freebie”
in Korean 공짜로 받은 것…
in Arabic هَدِيّة تَرويجِيّة…
in Malaysian hadiah percuma…
in Russian что-либо бесплатное…
in Chinese (Traditional) 免費品,贈品…
in Italian omaggio…
in Turkish eşantiyon, ücretsiz dağıtılan…
in Polish upominek…
in Spanish regal, cortesía…
in Vietnamese miễn phí…
in Portuguese brinde…
in Thai สิ่งที่ให้โดยไม่คิดเงิน…
in Catalan obsequi…
in Japanese 景品…
in Chinese (Simplified) 免费品,赠品…
in Indonesian gratis…
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