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free  Verb
  1. Translate "free" to Spanish: liberar, librar, independizar, libertar, poner en libertad, dar suelta a
    English Synonyms of "free": liberate, save, emancipate, leave free, make free, release from bond, set free, extricate
    Define meaning of "free": Make (assets) available.; Let off the hook. ; Remove or force out from a position. ; Grant freedom to; free from confinement.; Free from obligations or duties.
  2. They free John, Ellos libran a Juan.
    Release the holdings in the dictator's bank account.
    I absolve you from this responsibility.
    The dentist dislodged the piece of food that had been stuck under my gums.
    He finally could free the legs of the earthquake victim who was buried in the rubble.

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  3. Translate "free" to Spanish: emitir, despedir
    English Synonyms of "free": emit, beam, cast, discharge, flash, give forth
    Define meaning of "free": Make (information) available publication.
  4. Release the list with the names of the prisoners.

  5. Translate "free" to Spanish: desbloquear, librar de obstáculos, franquear, librar
    English Synonyms of "free": clear, clean, disencumber, disentangle, free from obstacles, open, unblock, unclog, untangle
    Define meaning of "free": Make (assets) available.; Free or remove obstruction from.
  6. The tractor freed the wheat field, El tractor franqueó el trigal.
    Release the holdings in the dictator's bank account.
    Free a path across the cluttered floor.


  7. Translate "free" to Spanish: rescatar, emancipar
    English Synonyms of "free": ransom, emancipate, free from bondage, deliver, manumit, unfetter, enfranchise

  8. Translate "free" to Spanish: excarcelar, liberar
    English Synonyms of "free": let free, release, release from jail, release from prison, unlock
    Define meaning of "free": Grant freedom to; free from confinement.

  9. Translate "free" to Spanish: exonerar a
    English Synonyms of "free": dismiss


  10. Translate "free" to Spanish: liberar, liberalizar
    English Synonyms of "free": decontrol, let loose, deregulate, liberalise, liberalize
    Define meaning of "free": Relax or remove controls of.
  11. They freed their passions, Ellos liberaron sus pasiones.

free  Adjective
  1. Translate "free" to Spanish: libre, festivo, libre de compromisos
    English Synonyms of "free": holiday, clear, disengaged, uncaught, unconstrained, unengaged, quit
    Define meaning of "free": Not literal. ; Not fixed in position. ; Able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint.
  2. A loose interpretation of what she had been told.
    A free translation of the poem.
    The detached shutter fell on him.
    He pulled his arm free and ran.
    Free enterprise.
    A free port.
    A free country.
    I have an hour free.
    Free will.
    Free of racism.
    Feel free to stay as long as you wish.
    A free choice.

  3. Translate "free" to Spanish: gratis, feriado, gratuito, libre de costo, regalado, sin costo, de cortesía, libre de pago, pagado por el dueño, pagado por la casa, horro
    English Synonyms of "free": free of charge, costless, give-away, gratis, no cost, cufferoo, cuffo, buckshee
    Define meaning of "free": Costing nothing.
  4. Complimentary tickets.

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  5. Translate "free" to Spanish: libre, en libertad
    English Synonyms of "free": in freedom
    Define meaning of "free": Not fixed in position. ; Able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint. ; Not held in servitude. ; Without restraint.
  6. The detached shutter fell on him.
    He pulled his arm free and ran.
    Free enterprise.
    A free port.
    A free country.
    I have an hour free.
    Free will.
    Free of racism.
    Feel free to stay as long as you wish.
    A free choice.
    After the Civil War he was a free man.
    Cows in India are running loose.

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  7. Translate "free" to Spanish: libre
    English Synonyms of "free": unconfined, unhindered, unhampered
    Define meaning of "free": Not literal. ; Unconstrained or not chemically bound in a molecule or not fixed and capable of relatively unrestricted motion. ; Not fixed in position. ; Able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint. ; Without restraint.
  8. A loose interpretation of what she had been told.
    A free translation of the poem.
    Free expansion.
    Free oxygen.
    A free electron.
    The detached shutter fell on him.
    He pulled his arm free and ran.
    Free enterprise.
    A free port.
    A free country.
    I have an hour free.
    Free will.
    Free of racism.
    Feel free to stay as long as you wish.
    A free choice.
    Cows in India are running loose.

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  9. Translate "free" to Spanish: emancipado, libertado, libre de amarras, sin restricción
    English Synonyms of "free": liberated, independent, free of any ties, free of ties, freed, unconstrained, without restriction, unfettered
    Define meaning of "free": Able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint. ; Not held in servitude. ; Without restraint.
  10. Free enterprise.
    A free port.
    A free country.
    I have an hour free.
    Free will.
    Free of racism.
    Feel free to stay as long as you wish.
    A free choice.
    After the Civil War he was a free man.
    Cows in India are running loose.

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  11. Translate "free" to Spanish: libre, desocupado, en disponibilidad, ocioso
    English Synonyms of "free": vacant, unoccupied, spare, empty, off-duty, unassigned, unused
    Define meaning of "free": Not occupied or in use. ; Not taken up by scheduled activities.
  12. A free locker.
    A free lane.
    A free hour between classes.
    Spare time on my hands.

  13. Translate "free" to Spanish: caprichoso
    English Synonyms of "free": capriccioso, capricious in style

  14. Translate "free" to Spanish: autónomo, libre
    English Synonyms of "free": independent, autonomous, self-contained, self-employed, self-governed, self-governing, autonomic
    Define meaning of "free": Able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint.
  15. Free enterprise.
    A free port.
    A free country.
    I have an hour free.
    Free will.
    Free of racism.
    Feel free to stay as long as you wish.
    A free choice.


  16. Translate "free" to Spanish: desocupado
    English Synonyms of "free": at leisure, with nothing to do

free  Adverb
  1. Translate "free" to Spanish: gratis, de balde, gratuitamente, sin pagar, a grapa, de chagolla, de guagua, de mogollón, de momio, de oquis, de pilón, de rosita
    English Synonyms of "free": for nothing, for free, at no charge, at no cost, for the asking, gratuitously, for the heck of it

Verb Conjugation for "free"
Gerund: freeing

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will free

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Conceptually-related expressions of "free"
a free people
act of free will
additive-free
admission free
albumin free tuberculin
albumose-free tuberculin
alcohol-free
assignment-free language
at her own free will
at his own free will
at our own free will
at their own free will
at your own free will
barrier-free design
be entirely free to
be free
be free for
be free from
be free to
become free
bias-free
bilateral free trade
border-free
born free
boundary-free
break free
bug-free
burden-free
by her own free will
by his own free will
by my own free will
by one's own free will
by our own free will
by their own free will
by your own free will
care-free
carrier-free
charge-free
chlorine-free
cholesterol-free
class-free test
come free
commission-free
completely free
condition-free
conflict-free function
conflict-free sphere
context-free
context-free grammar
context free language
cost-free
cultural-free test
custom-free
customs-free
customs-free airport
customs-free area
day when children are admitted free
debt-free
defect-free
delayed free graft
dialog-free
dialogue-free
direct free kick
disease-free area
disease free state
distribution-free
distribution-free statistic
doubt-free
drug-free
drug-free sport
during free hours
dust-free
duty-free
duty free allowance
duty-free entry
duty-free import
duty-free importation
duty-free quota
duty-free sale
duty-free shop
duty free trade
duty-free treatment
duty-free zone
echo-free
entirely free
error-free second
every man is a free agent
exchange in a free market
fade-free propagation
fancy-free
fat-free
feel free
feel free to
flat-free broker
for free
force free
frost-free
frost-free fridge
frost-free refrigerator
germ-free
germ-free animal
get a free ride
get free
get free at
get free from
get into a free lane
ghost-free operation
Gibbs free energy
give a free entrance
give a free hand
give free
gluten-free bread
gluten-free diet
guided by free will
guilt-free
hands-free
hands-free device
hassle-free
have a free hand
have a free rein
have a free ride
he who serves is not free
heart-free
home free
impedance of free space
in one's free time
industrial free zone
interest-free
interest-free credit
interest-free loan
Irish Free State
lactose-free
land of the free
lead-free
leave free
let free
maintenance-free
make free
make free with
mean free path
meat-free
meat-free diet
Mexican Action Network on Free Trade
needle-free
net free reserves
non-free
nuclear-free
nuclear-free zone
odor-free
of her own free will
of his own free will
of one's own free will
of our own free will
of own free will
of their own free will
of your own free will
oil-free
online free application
Orange Free State
out of her own free will
out of his own free will
out of my own free will
out of our own free will
out of their own free will
out of your own free will
pain-free
parenthesis-free notation
pathogen-free organism
pay-free
person who does not believe the existence of free will
pest-free area
pollution-free energy
post-free
problem-free
purine-free diet
quota-free zone
rent-free
rent-free period
residue-free diet
restraint on free enterprise
restriction-free
risk-free
risk free asset
risk-free rate
risk free return
risk-free sex
risk-free yield
royalty free
salt-free
salt-free diet
scot-free
sectoral free trade
set free
setting free
smoke-free
something gotten free
standards that describe design and operating characteristics of freeware or a free device
step in which the dancer stands on one foot and makes a quick whiplike movement with the free leg
stress-free
subscriber free signal
sugar-free
take a free kick
tax-free
tax-free allowance
tax-free benefit
tax-free bond
tax-free exchange
tax-free gains
tax-free income
tax-free instrument
tax-free product
tax-free provisions
the free countries
the free stuff
the free world
toll-free
toll free
toll-free call
toll-free number
toll-free road
traffic-free
trouble-free
trouble free operation
trunk-free circuit
truth shall make you free
turn free
virus-free
win free
wire-free
with free rein
worry-free
worry-free individual
wriggle oneself free
wrinkle-free
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