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free

  

      adj   , freer, freest  
1    able to act at will; not under compulsion or restraint  
2   
a    having personal rights or liberty; not enslaved or confined  
b    (as n)  
land of the free     
3    often postpositive and foll by: from   not subject (to) or restricted (by some regulation, constraint, etc.); exempt  
a free market, free from pain     
4    (of a country, etc.) autonomous or independent  
5    exempt from external direction or restriction; not forced or induced  
free will     
6    not subject to conventional constraints  
free verse     
7    (of jazz) totally improvised, with no preset melodic, harmonic, or rhythmic basis  
8    not exact or literal  
a free translation     
9    costing nothing; provided without charge  
free entertainment     
10      (Law)     (of property)  
a    not subject to payment of rent or performance of services; freehold  
b    not subject to any burden or charge, such as a mortgage or lien; unencumbered  
11    postpositive; often foll by: of or with   ready or generous in using or giving; liberal; lavish  
free with advice     
12    unrestrained by propriety or good manners; licentious  
13    not occupied or in use; available  
a free cubicle     
14    not occupied or busy; without previous engagements  
I'm not free until Wednesday     
15    open or available to all; public  
16    without charge to the subscriber or user  
freepost, freephone     
17    not fixed or joined; loose  
the free end of a chain     
18    without obstruction or impediment  
free passage     
19      (Chem)   chemically uncombined  
free nitrogen     
20      (Phonetics)   denoting a vowel that can occur in an open syllable, such as the vowel in see as opposed to the vowel in cat  
21      (Grammar)   denoting a morpheme that can occur as a separate word  
   Compare       bound   1       8a  
22      (Logic)   denoting an occurrence of a variable not bound by a quantifier  
   Compare       bound   1       9  
23    (of some materials, such as certain kinds of stone) easily worked  
24      (Nautical)   (of the wind) blowing from the quarter  
25    free and easy   casual or tolerant; easy-going  
26    for free  
Not standard   without charge or cost  
27    usually imperative   to regard oneself as having permission to perform a specified action  
28    make free with   to take liberties with; behave too familiarly towards  
      adv  
29    in a free manner; freely  
30    without charge or cost  
31      (Nautical)   with the wind blowing from the quarter  
a yacht sailing free     
      vb   , frees, freeing, freed   tr  
32    sometimes foll by: up   to set at liberty; release  
33    to remove obstructions, attachments, or impediments from; disengage  
34    often foll by: of or from   to relieve or rid (of obstacles, pain, etc.)  
     (Old English freo; related to Old Saxon, Old High German fri, Gothic freis free, Sanskrit priya dear)  
  freer      n  
   freely             adv  
  freeness      n  
Dicionário de inglês definição  
Collins

freely

  
1    of one's own accord, of one's own free will, spontaneously, voluntarily, willingly, without prompting  
2    candidly, frankly, openly, plainly, unreservedly, without reserve  
3    as you please, unchallenged, without let or hindrance, without restraint  
4    abundantly, amply, bountifully, copiously, extravagantly, lavishly, liberally, like water, open-handedly, unstintingly, with a free hand  
5    cleanly, easily, loosely, readily, smoothly  

Dicionário de inglês sinônimos  

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n.
1. using copyright law to make a piece of work freely available and allowing its free distribution and modification (as long as its derivate versions follow the same copyright rules)
n.
Lover of loving; fondness for the concept of love, affection, and kindness; freely caring and loving.
[Med.] "As a philophile I can help but love everyone, it just brings me much joy."
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