free trade‘He hasn't made clear his views on free trade, which is of acute interest to the technology business,’ Gates said.
free handShe lifted her free hand to guard her face, wondering where the blow would fall.
free marketThere has been no free market in residential property since the early years of this century.
free of chargeMost shops will deliver gifts free of charge within a certain radius.
free to doIn other words, he is free to do what Picasso was trying to do for him in his painting.
should be freeHe should be free to use or disclose or sell his skill and knowledge after the end of employment in any way he thinks fit.
free energyThe free energy for a deformed network
free kickHis free kick that hit the post would have been the goal of the year if it had gone in.
be freeBut you can be free!’
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