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Definitions of FREE in various dictionaries:
- noun - people who are free
- verb - grant freedom to
- verb - relieve from
- verb - remove or force out from a position
- verb - grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to
- verb - make (information) available for publication
- verb - free from obligations or duties
- verb - free or remove obstruction from
- verb - let off the hook
- verb - part with a possession or right
- verb - release (gas or energy) as a result of a chemical reaction or physical decomposition
- verb - make (assets) available
- adj - able to act at will
- adj - unconstrained or not chemically bound in a molecule or not fixed and capable of relatively unrestricted motion
- adj - costing nothing
- adj - not occupied or in use
- adj - not fixed in position
- adj - not held in servitude
- adj - not taken up by scheduled activities
- adj - completely wanting or lacking
- adj - not literal
- adv - without restraint
- Not imprisoned or enslaved; being at liberty.
- Not controlled by obligation or the will of another: felt free to go.
- Having political independence: “America... is the freest and wealthiest nation in the world” (Rudolph W.
- Governed by consent and possessing or granting civil liberties: a free citizenry.
- Not subject to arbitrary interference by a government: a free press.
- Not affected or restricted by a given condition or circumstance: a healthy animal, free of disease; free from need.
- Not subject to a given condition; exempt: income that is free of all taxes.
- Not subject to external restraint: “Comment is free but facts are sacred” (Charles Prestwich Scott).
- Not literal or exact: a free translation.
- Costing nothing; gratuitous: a free meal.
- Publicly supported: free education.
- Not occupied or used: a free locker.
- Not taken up by scheduled activities: free time between classes.
- Unobstructed; clear: a free lane.
- Unguarded in expression or manner; open; frank.
- Taking undue liberties; forward or overfamiliar.
- Liberal or lavish: tourists who are free with their money.
- Given, made, or done of one’s own accord; voluntary or spontaneous: a free act of the will; free choices.
- Chemistry & Physics.
- Unconstrained; unconfined: free expansion.
- Not fixed in position; capable of relatively unrestricted motion: a free electron.
- Not chemically bound in a molecule: free oxygen.
- Involving no collisions or interactions: a free path.
- Empty: a free space.
- Unoccupied: a free energy level.
- Favorable: a free wind.
- Not bound, fastened, or attached: the free end of a chain.
- Being a vowel in an open syllable unchecked by a consonant, as the o in go.
- In a free manner; without restraint.
- Without charge.
- To set at liberty; make free: freed the slaves; free the imagination.
- To relieve of a burden, an obligation, or a restraint: a people who were at last freed from fear.
- Without charge.
- adj - not subject to restriction or control
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