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1.General: (1) Costing nothing in terms of money, such as a free service. (2) Having legal and political rights that confer civil and political liberties, such as a free citizen. (3) Independent, not subject to the commands, constraints, or domination of another, such as a free country.
2. Purchasing: Pricing inclusive of delivery charges up to a named point, such as in 'free on board.'
3.Economics: Characterized by choice and not by constraint or external control, such as a free market.
4.Law: Unencumbered or unburdened, such as a free property.

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  • Someone was offering free baby clothes in an attempt to give them to someone in need as their baby had already outgrown them and they no longer needed them.

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  • There is no such thing as a free lunch was the first lesson I learned in economics class in business school

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  • The cereal I like is "buy one get one free" at the other supermarket, so I think I will go there too.

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