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Meaning & Definition of Free in English

English

Free

/fri/

noun

1. People who are free

  • "The home of the free and the brave"
    synonym:
  • free
  • ,
  • free people

verb

1. Grant freedom to

  • Free from confinement
    synonym:
  • free
  • ,
  • liberate
  • ,
  • release
  • ,
  • unloose
  • ,
  • unloosen
  • ,
  • loose

2. Relieve from

  • "Rid the house of pests"
    synonym:
  • rid
  • ,
  • free
  • ,
  • disembarrass

3. Remove or force out from a position

  • "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"
    synonym:
  • dislodge
  • ,
  • free

4. Grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to

  • "She exempted me from the exam"
    synonym:
  • exempt
  • ,
  • relieve
  • ,
  • free

5. Make (information) available for publication

  • "Release the list with the names of the prisoners"
    synonym:
  • free
  • ,
  • release

6. Free from obligations or duties

    synonym:
  • free
  • ,
  • discharge

7. Free or remove obstruction from

  • "Free a path across the cluttered floor"
    synonym:
  • free
  • ,
  • disengage

8. Let off the hook

  • "I absolve you from this responsibility"
    synonym:
  • absolve
  • ,
  • justify
  • ,
  • free

9. Part with a possession or right

  • "I am relinquishing my bedroom to the long-term house guest"
  • "Resign a claim to the throne"
    synonym:
  • release
  • ,
  • relinquish
  • ,
  • resign
  • ,
  • free
  • ,
  • give up

10. Release (gas or energy) as a result of a chemical reaction or physical decomposition

    synonym:
  • release
  • ,
  • free
  • ,
  • liberate

11. Make (assets) available

  • "Release the holdings in the dictator's bank account"
    synonym:
  • unblock
  • ,
  • unfreeze
  • ,
  • free
  • ,
  • release

adjective

1. Able to act at will

  • Not hampered
  • Not under compulsion or restraint
  • "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"
    synonym:
  • free

2. Unconstrained or not chemically bound in a molecule or not fixed and capable of relatively unrestricted motion

  • "Free expansion"
  • "Free oxygen"
  • "A free electron"
    synonym:
  • free

3. Costing nothing

  • "Complimentary tickets"
  • "Free admission"
    synonym:
  • complimentary
  • ,
  • costless
  • ,
  • free
  • ,
  • gratis(p)
  • ,
  • gratuitous

4. Not occupied or in use

  • "A free locker"
  • "A free lane"
    synonym:
  • free

5. Not fixed in position

  • "The detached shutter fell on him"
  • "He pulled his arm free and ran"
    synonym:
  • detached
  • ,
  • free

6. Not held in servitude

  • "After the civil war he was a free man"
    synonym:
  • free

7. Not taken up by scheduled activities

  • "A free hour between classes"
  • "Spare time on my hands"
    synonym:
  • spare
  • ,
  • free

8. Completely wanting or lacking

  • "Writing barren of insight"
  • "Young recruits destitute of experience"
  • "Innocent of literary merit"
  • "The sentence was devoid of meaning"
    synonym:
  • barren
  • ,
  • destitute
  • ,
  • devoid
  • ,
  • free
  • ,
  • innocent

9. Not literal

  • "A loose interpretation of what she had been told"
  • "A free translation of the poem"
    synonym:
  • free
  • ,
  • loose
  • ,
  • liberal

adverb

1. Without restraint

  • "Cows in india are running loose"
    synonym:
  • loose
  • ,
  • free

Examples of using

Dreams are free, so keep on dreaming!
When you're alone in your apartment, you feel independent. When you're alone in your room, you feel free. When you're alone in your bed, you feel lonely.
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