Meaning of FREE in English

FREE

I. adjective

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

(a) free choice

Students have an entirely free choice of what to study at university.

a free country (= where people’s actions are not too restricted )

You can go where you like – it’s a free country.

a free gift (= something that a shop or business gives you )

If you spend over £50, you get a free gift.

a free press (= reporters whose reports are not restricted by the government )

I am glad that we have a free press in this country.

a free society

Censorship has no place in a free society.

a rough/free translation (= one that is not very exact )

It’s a rough translation but I think the meaning is clear.

be cut (free) from the wreckage

She had to be cut free from the wreckage by firemen.

be free from constraints (= not be limited by them )

No film producers are free from the constraints of censorship.

be released/freed on bail (= be allowed to stay out of prison if you pay or agree to do something )

The men were questioned yesterday before being released on bail.

break free of/slip its moorings

The great ship slipped her moorings and slid out into the Atlantic.

free admission

The cost includes free admission to the casinos.

free agent

free and easy

the free-and-easy atmosphere of the local pub

free collective bargaining

free enterprise

free fall

The spacecraft is now in free fall towards the Earth.

free flow

They have accused the government of trying to block the free flow of information.

free house

free kick

free love

free market

a free market economy

free marketeer

free of charge (= with no cost )

Delivery is free of charge.

free pardon

free period

free port

free publicity

Giving away samples is one way of getting free publicity for your products.

free radical

It is thought that free radicals can damage cells.

free sb/sth from constraints

Summer vacation is a time when children are freed from the constraints of routine.

free trade

free verse

free vote

free will

He came of his own free will.

free (= with everyone allowed to vote for who they want )

These will be the country’s first free multi-party elections.

free

Guests have free entry to the hotel spa and gym.

Entry is free for children.

free (= you do not pay extra for it )

We offer free delivery anywhere in the UK.

Delivery is free for purchases over £20.

free

Excuse me, is this seat free?

free/spare time

He spends all this free time watching television.

got...free

I got a few games free when I bought my computer.

release/free a prisoner

Hundreds of prisoners were released.

sb's free hand (= the hand someone is not already using )

Amy was stroking the dog with her free hand.

wriggled free

The dog wriggled free and ran off.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

access

The huge black doors of the boat-house had been fastened back to allow free access .

Southwestern Cable is providing free access to its high-speed Roadrunner Internet service in 14 public libraries within its service area.

Satellite communications will expedite progress, especially since some of the operators have already promised free access in developing countries.

Allowed free access to their own reward centers, many of the rats became hopeless lever addicts.

Does an open school mean totally free access to teachers, class rooms and corridors at all times?

Sharing your address is a small price to pay for free access .

They are completely true to the ideals of the National Gallery: public accessibility, free access , no selling of pictures.

The document advocates free access to information, as well as free expression.

agency

Dodger Vice President Fred Claire thinks his acquisition of a shortstop could come either through trade or free agency .

Now, routinely, free agency is an option that must be considered in the annual personnel decisions of each team.

More players will be released as teams get down to the $ 67.4 million salary cap before free agency begins Friday.

This form of free agency appears here to stay.

Actually, though, if the other owners had approved of his free agency proposal, Finley probably would have withdrawn it.

Then that will take away some of the importance of free agency .

Lost 1B-3B Charlie Hayes to free agency .

In 1975, free agency became a reality when two players won their lawsuits against Major League Baseball.

agent

That's when I realised that I couldn't go on with this free agent nonsense.

Wonder if the new owners will invest some of it in signing free agents during the offseason?

The Giants also have accepted the loss of some of their 11 free agents .

You can be a free agent , trading or stealing, building or fighting.

No longer was he to be a free agent in the matter of policy.

Bagwell's value on the free-\#agent market will be established when he actually becomes a free agent.

By this test X is a free agent .

Center John Coker and guard Terrence Rencher, rookies who were not on the playoff squad, also are free agents .

copy

For a free copy , send an sae to.

For a free copy , call the center at 619-594-6933.

Every member receives a free copy and these directories are also supplied to contractors, agents and venues.

Some customers have received free copies of the software for the current year.

Phillips have also put together a Man's Guide to Skin Care - you can obtain a free copy by writing to.

For further information or free copies of our brochure and timetable telephone or write.

Friends taking part in the visit will receive a free copy of the newly-published guidebook to the complex.

country

A free country in a free world is always at risk from high winds and rough seas.

But these days there was little left to hunt and little free country left to do it in.

The hon. Gentleman may have noticed that this is a free country .

When Miihlenberg learned that it was indeed a free country , he made the best of things.

The scheme will be widened to other rabies-free countries next year if the trial is successful.

The government of a free country must conduct its business openly to the greatest possible degree.

Well, it is a free country isn't it?

It's still a free country , innit?

election

But what constitutes a free election ?

And the new genre of populist politicians will have to deliver far more than free elections .

The first genuinely free elections since 1945 were held in March 1990.

In most of these countries, the advances came in the form of free elections or a peaceful transfer of power.

Moto had planned to return on Aug. 18 to demand the legalization of political parties and the holding of free elections .

And most of the former Warsaw Pact nations have trouble deciding if they want either free elections or free markets.

The Bonn government said the resignation was insufficient and free elections must follow.

They advocated some form of participatory democracy with free elections and a multi-party system.

enterprise

It's only free enterprise , after all.

But what began as an enlightened innovation has become an albatross around the neck of the free enterprise system.

It shows free enterprise Toryism at its best.

Few understood how free enterprise could work.

All this is being done in the name of free enterprise .

But society is not all cooperation; a measure of competitive free enterprise is inevitable.

This can be felt particularly strongly by corporate officials if the law attempts to interfere with free enterprise .

Some free enterprises argue that if the highway is built with private funds, there should be no government regulation.

fall

A procedure for transforming to a frame in free fall is described in Section 6.6.

And he almost got it three weeks ago when it was obvious the team was in free fall .

Thus we have verified that a transformation to a frame in free fall is always possible. 6.7.

It is emphasized here that there is no rotation in a frame in free fall .

Floyd investigated it soon after free fall had begun.

Einstein next considered the implications of the equivalence principle for motion in free fall , that is to say motion under gravitational forces alone.

Wild speculation, low margin requirements and sheer panic triggered the free fall that set off the Great Depression.

flow

Companies surely benefit from being quizzed about their strategies and from a free flow of ideas with the market.

They said that without his presence, there will be a freer flow of ideas, especially from Smith and Gentry.

But that free flow of images is a threat to photojournalism.

We depend on a free flow of ideas.

Not sniffling, it's free flow .

An unnatural element is introduced between the writer and the free flow of creative thought.

A self-sufficient community is a thrombosis, a deadly block to the essential free flow of profits.

Removing obstacles to the free flow of people and trade involves new laws.

gift

Last year Golf Monthly gave one of these pitch repairers as a free gift which I still use regularly.

They want photo stories, tales of holiday romances, horoscopes and advice columns as well as free gifts of make-up and jewellery.

Hassall Homes, of Wakefield, Yorkshire, is even offering the normal five percent deposit as a free gift .

And our free gift this month is a recipe leaflet showing you how to create delicious calorie-reduced meals.

Polished performer Making the most of your free gift .

The Karimojong happily accepted these unexpected free gifts but have not been too enthusiastic about development projects introduced after the famine.

There's also a free gift wrapping service on any purchase over £10.

hand

With his free hand , he beckoned the startled onlookers to come closer.

No advanced industrial nation gives corporations a freer hand in busting unions.

He leaned forward, the bottle tilted, his free hand pulling and twitching on the wheel and tapping the throttle.

With his free hand he was softly pushing back her hair, sending goosebumps scattering from Shiona's head to her toes.

Her free hand reached down through her lap to grab a sincere handful of my crotch.

Money is available for new players and he has a free hand to change the backroom staff.

Ruth shook her head and then with her free hand scooped her hair back from her face.

kick

Anthony should be higher cos he takes free kicks .

Another eight minutes and Willie Jamieson powered in a header from an Iain Cameron free kick to complete the reversal of fortunes.

A free kick 25 yards out perfectly placed and left the Derby defence bemused and helpless.

Lee King floated home a simple free kick for the third on 29 minutes.

But as a first-half Merson free kick ricocheted to him eight yards from goal he miscued.

Then, from a McKinlay free kick , McPherson forced Fridge to make a spectacular, one-handed save.

They went one down, when Ian Helliwell struck from a free kick .

Cook forced Howells to backpedal and push a floater over the bar, while Andy Toman curled a free kick just wide.

lunch

If these Politicians have their way, there may literally be no free lunch for millions of children!

There is no free lunch , there is no donation without strings.

Foaming schooners, free lunch , fish fry Fridays, poker in the back room, arguments settled in the alley.

There's no such thing as a free lunch .

There is no free lunch for any segment of society.

Contemporary cosmology even suggests that the whole universe might have appeared out of the quantum vacuum: the ultimate free lunch .

If your company provides free lunches , don't be deterred from missing one occasionally and buying your own apple.

man

So last year, the court threw out the conviction and made Lanier a free man .

It was argued that only property-owners had the economic independence necessary to be a free man .

Paradoxically he is the only free man in the community, as he pays no taxes and is not subject to conscription.

Ahab feels then that he must destroy these evil forces in order to survive as a free man .

He could honestly say that on waking this morning he was thankful to feel he was a free man .

Maybe a ruined man is the only free man.

market

They must be allowed to make profits in a free market that co-exists with the planned economy.

Certainly, the free market is not free of problems.

But theirs was never a free market .

But since the spread of the free market to the less developed world, the incentives have run the other way.

The aim of Gatt is to tear down trade barriers and open up free markets .

Clerics who watched the old establishment crumbling found it difficult to enter an ecclesiastical free market .

A further cause for unease is that adherence to a free market philosophy combined with reduced taxation has increased economic inequality.

In a free market , competition drives prices down to the fair market price, with different prices on each street corner.

press

A truly free press is a press which irritates and infuriates along the way.

For without an informed and free press there can not be an enlightened people.

It strikes at the very fundamentals of a free press , by placing a cost barrier on access to information.

You can not do a film about the importance of a free press and bore you to death.

In the first place they were presented with a riveting demonstration of what a genuinely free press is capable of.

We think he should, on free press grounds and more.

I believe in a free Press , with rights to freedom of expression and to report that which is truthful.

A free press burst out of the shadows within a few months of the collapse of the Suharto regime.

radical

It's believed that pollution can form substances in our body known as free radicals which speed up ageing.

Two hot areas: products for dieters and antioxidants, which are thought to neutralize so-called free radicals that can damage cells.

The mechanism of the process is brought about by the initial ionisation of water and the subsequent production of free radicals .

Left to their own devices, these free radicals cause tissue damage.

Reduced glutathione is known as a major low molecular weight scavenger of free radicals in cytoplasm.

However, the products obtained from reactions with halides can be rather surprising - ie the dithiadiazole can trap free radical intermediates.

As a result, new classes of free radical are particularly interesting to chemists.

In 1880 the first cyclic sulphur-nitrogen free radical - - was prepared as a deep green powder with a metallic lustre.

rein

So, goes the conspiracy, the Foreign Office can now give free rein to its instinctive Arabism.

Then I pretty much give them free rein .

As he drove he was able to allow his thoughts a free rein .

No, it was thanks to my culinary abilities that Marie-Claude gave me free rein of both her kitchen and her bedchamber.

I would discuss the script, say, on proportional representation, and then give him free rein .

But at that minute, having allowed them free rein , guilt and self-condemnation were riding her hard.

His moral reading of events was given free rein .

The special conditions at Westminster are one part of the explanation of the relatively free rein given to counter-insurgency and covert activity.

ride

Because as part of their battle plan the taxi drivers are offering them free rides .

It is still acting as if Democrats offer a free ride to Medicare reform and the Republicans a drive over the cliff.

Suppose we get a free ride into the land of happiness?

Taking the patriarchal code literally, however, gives Kelly Flinn a free ride on coveting.

Formal inauguration ceremonies are planned for December 17 followed by free rides over the December 18-19 weekend.

The company got a free ride on just about everything.

Read in studio A glider pilot is trying to popularise a new aerial sport by taking people for free rides .

But even those that match expectations get no free ride .

speech

A truly socialist legal system and democracy complete with free speech and free media were called for.

But free speech is taken for granted, and authorities have traditionally practiced minimum government.

Strauss alleged that this was an infringement of his absolute privilege of free speech and as such was a contempt of Parliament.

Otherwise, free speech which is the strength of the Nation will be the cause of its destruction.

This is just the latest example of the threat to free information and even free speech presented by the nuclear energy lobby.

The flag nonsense violates First Amendment free speech protections.

In my view the appellant's argument founded on free speech is without merit.

Numerous Court cases have made it clear that there are limits to free speech .

throw

They missed 10 of 26 free throws and turned the ball over 16 times.

He even took out his mouthpiece and chatted up the referees during free throws .

On the ensuing inbounds pass, Bobby Edwards fouled Bailey, who made one of two free throws .

There are two points up on the scoreboard for Oregon, but they came from a pair of free throws by Sally.

Out on the court, the players are practicing free throws in groups of four.

Cal used that for a 6-0 run and scored 15 consecutive points on free throws during that stretch.

Then Willis made two more free throws .

time

During free time she would make sure everyone had sufficient to do.

Coburn plans to spend much of her free time writing.

The crisis shows something else - the vulnerability of our economies and lifestyles, and the free time they sustain.

All of which is to say, maybe I slept so much simply because I had so much free time .

Most of her free time was spent in Water Gypsy's main cabin, reliving the memories it held for her.

She loses the community of women who hand their children back and forth so that each can have some free time .

But he spends most of his free time jumping off mountains paragliding.

With the extra free time , they might do more volunteer work, Jerome said.

trade

Politically he was a radical, keenly interested in free trade and home rule.

It is simply a free trade area with not even vague plans for eventual political union.

Compare, for instance, its use in free speech, free love, free dinner and free trade .

But the biggest blind spot is the inability of Bush and Evans to see that there are other perspectives on free trade .

Status: Regional grouping for free trade between member countries and for promotion of wider free trade co-operation.

We have maintained our share of the free trade market, despite intense competition and considerable pressure on margins.

vote

It called for a free vote on marijuana, and also for possible referendums on abortion and the restoration of capital punishment.

He has spent his life campaigning for free trade unionism and free votes .

Members are traditionally allowed a free vote and can not be instructed by their party to follow a line.

On a free vote the amendment was carried by 292 votes to 246, a majority of forty six.

The issues of Maastricht - single currency, sovereignty and legal structure - deserve thorough scrutiny and a free vote .

Who is really winning will not be known before the free vote on the embryo Bill in the new year.

No wonder, it will be a free vote .

will

This is made clear in his controversy with John Bramhall, Bishop of Derry, on the subject of free will .

Humans could no longer be allowed any such privileged, mystical feature as free will to distinguish them.

Physical possession would be emotional pillage, her identity, free will and pride the spoils he claimed for himself.

Her mouth opened of its own free will to his playfully probing tongue, welcoming the invader.

What we need is an objective test that we can apply from the outside to distinguish whether an organism has free will .

The third question was: If everything is determined, what becomes of free will and our responsibility for our actions?

She was placed in a safe house but later returned to the coven of her own free will .

To some extent, adults can choose of their own free will whether to deal with their grief or not.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

an independent/a positive/a free etc thinker

be home free

He's lost a lot of weight, but he's not home free yet.

do sth of your own free will

Bronson gave us his confession of his own free will.

For all men serve him of their own free will.

Her mouth opened of its own free will to his playfully probing tongue, welcoming the invader.

I came back of my own free will on Friday, and went to the game yesterday.

I say this of my own free will.

She was placed in a safe house but later returned to the coven of her own free will.

To some extent, adults can choose of their own free will whether to deal with their grief or not.

Without any reason he left the Firm of his own free will and went to live in Brighton.

feel free

"Can I use the microwave?" "Oh, feel free."

"I hope you don't mind if I use your phone." "Of course not. Feel free."

Please feel free to stop me and ask questions whenever you like.

But she tells me she still does not feel free.

Help him or her feel free to talk.

How did you say you felt free for the first time in your life?

I felt free in a new way.

If not, feel free to discard them and draw your own.

If you should wish to look inside the packet, before sending it, feel free to do so.

So he felt free to go for broke.

So how is it they feel free to ask those parallel questions of other people?

give (full/free) rein to sth

Despite giving full rein to Laura's inner struggles and torments, Fuentes is far more interested in the grand scale.

So, goes the conspiracy, the Foreign Office can now give free rein to its instinctive Arabism.

The result has been that recent chancellors have been able to give free rein to their tax-reforming ambitions.

You'd be given free rein to run the show how you wanted it.

give sb (a) free rein

I would discuss the script, say, on proportional representation, and then give him free rein .

No, it was thanks to my culinary abilities that Marie-Claude gave me free rein of both her kitchen and her bedchamber.

Such as he can not comprehend that which prompts others to give their heart free rein !

Then I pretty much give them free rein .

While watching him at work she impulsively asked to borrow his materials and followed his advice to give her imagination free rein .

set sb free/loose

After six years in prison, Louis was set free.

there's no (such thing as a) free lunch

walk free

Ferguson walked free after the charges were dropped.

If more evidence isn't found, Harris will walk .

Some prisons are so overcrowded that convicted felons are allowed to walk free.

But they walked free from Bristol Crown Court after the judge ruled that there was no case to answer.

Green Berets walk free from Salvador siege.

He walked free from court after after it was revealed that a detective in the case was sleeping with his first wife.

Heather Mallender's murderer walks free - that sort of thing.

Now she will have to spend another three years behind bars instead of walking free in 11 months' time.

Or Kevin and Ian Maxwell, who walked free after a trial costing upwards of £25 million?

Our courts and prisons are so overcrowded that convicted felons walk free.

wrench yourself away/free

Adam closed the front door and stood there for a moment as if he could not wrench himself away.

Claws snagged on the photographer's clothing, but he managed to wrench himself away.

Without you white birds would wrench themselves free from my paintings and fly off dripping blood into the night.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

"How much is it to get into the concert?" "Oh, I think it's free ."

free oxygen

A free bus service will be provided from the parking lot at the train station.

a free exchange of information

Activists were calling for a free press and political reforms.

All Americans have the right of free speech.

Are you free next weekend?

Are you free to talk for a couple of minutes?

Bulgaria's first free elections were held in 1990.

During "Golden Time", the pupils are free to choose the activity they would like to do.

Excuse me, is this seat free ?

He was free again, after 10 long years in jail.

I'll be free in about five minutes. Can you wait?

I'm free on Wednesday evening, if you want to go out to dinner then.

I'm saving these tokens to get a free poster.

I had just left home, and was enjoying the feeling of being free and independent at last.

Is this chair free ?

Parking is free after 6 pm.

Sometimes you realize how lucky you are to live in a free society.

The clinic offers free advice on contraception.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A member is entitled to a judgment that is free from any extraneous or ulterior motive.

But they would've given up their vocation just to be free of you.

Floyd investigated it soon after free fall had begun.

In the class-action lawsuit unveiled Tuesday, doctors said such punishment would be a violation of their free speech rights.

Many of you know that free range chickens are a very important part of Crediton.

Maybe Bobby and I could have lunch again if he was free .

Send for free Endangered Desserts of the World poster!

The room was warmer, quieter and draught free .

II. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

up

It will free up some screen real estate.

Only 24 percent said the slowdown in building activity had freed up enough planners and inspectors to speed up processing time.

Still, speedy resolution of some cases could free up those vital human resources for more complicated ones.

He wants massive cuts in defense spending to free up federal revenue for schools, health care and domestic programs.

Now these students will be able to use the time freed up by dropping GCSEs to focus on practical skills.

Occasionally, I apply diluted fish emulsion to free up useful elements in the soil.

In 1989, then Environment Secretary Nicholas Ridley aimed to free up the rental market by abolishing rent controls.

Mission-driven budgets free up resources to test new ideas.

■ NOUN

attempt

In a last desperate attempt to free himself of investigation, Nixon dismissed the special prosecutor Cox in October 1973.

FitzAlan ignored this attempt to free herself, as he had all the others.

He shook his head vigorously in an attempt to free himself of the gloomy feeling which oppressed him.

control

He must free himself from the control of any established church and its priests and instead subordinate them to the State.

Political, economic, and scientific functions had gradually freed themselves from religious control .

hostage

They freed their hostages , including the ambassador, and left the embassy peacefully on Oct. 7.

A deal to free the hostages fell through, apparently because their release would have left the rebels without bargaining power.

prison

Last Friday Jacqueline Fletcher was freed from prison .

There, surprised Felix Holt finds her when he is freed from prison .

prisoner

In three days of releases in early September 465 prisoners were reported to have been freed .

The rules are simple in that all you have to do is to move the blocks around to free the prisoner .

It worried Lord Auckland that a court could now refuse to free a prisoner whom his creditor wished to see released.

Farc commanders said the freed prisoners would not return to combat.

She had decided not to free the prisoners , so now she had to see what happened to the passengers.

slave

On the year of jubilee all slaves are freed , all debts are cancelled and the land lies fallow.

struggle

That struggle to free the Democrats from outdated thinking has demanded more political courage than Clinton is usually credited with.

■ VERB

manage

Aird, was caught in the rigging wires and was nearly drowned until Jack managed to free him.

Stanton later managed to free himself, called police and told them his stolen car was equipped with a tracking device.

Using his hands to steady himself, he managed to free his leg from the sucking morass.

He managed to free himself only when an ambulance team talked him into trying to wiggle his fingers.

A fire crew from the town's station were called to the scene and they managed to free him within minutes.

Inside the car, he managed to free some of his bonds.

offer

What moral blight upon the fair youth or our city will they offer to free us from next, I wonder.

try

The Olympians were reluctant to try to free him by force.

Both boats then reversed in front of me and two people from each boat set about the bridge, trying to free it.

I tried to free it, using the cloth I had brought up from the hall to gain a better purchase.

He was still holding her face, trying to free her hair from its clip so it could tumble down.

Then I was pushed against Sir Oswald, whom I saw trying to free himself.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

an independent/a positive/a free etc thinker

be home free

He's lost a lot of weight, but he's not home free yet.

do sth of your own free will

Bronson gave us his confession of his own free will.

For all men serve him of their own free will.

Her mouth opened of its own free will to his playfully probing tongue, welcoming the invader.

I came back of my own free will on Friday, and went to the game yesterday.

I say this of my own free will.

She was placed in a safe house but later returned to the coven of her own free will.

To some extent, adults can choose of their own free will whether to deal with their grief or not.

Without any reason he left the Firm of his own free will and went to live in Brighton.

give (full/free) rein to sth

Despite giving full rein to Laura's inner struggles and torments, Fuentes is far more interested in the grand scale.

So, goes the conspiracy, the Foreign Office can now give free rein to its instinctive Arabism.

The result has been that recent chancellors have been able to give free rein to their tax-reforming ambitions.

You'd be given free rein to run the show how you wanted it.

give sb (a) free rein

I would discuss the script, say, on proportional representation, and then give him free rein .

No, it was thanks to my culinary abilities that Marie-Claude gave me free rein of both her kitchen and her bedchamber.

Such as he can not comprehend that which prompts others to give their heart free rein !

Then I pretty much give them free rein .

While watching him at work she impulsively asked to borrow his materials and followed his advice to give her imagination free rein .

there's no (such thing as a) free lunch

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

After being freed Tuesday, the whale swam toward the ocean.

He joined the resistance movement in order to free his country from the enemy.

His supporters are demanding that he be freed from prison.

Kirk battled for eight hours to free himself from the wreckage.

Many of these young offenders should have been freed a long time ago.

Susan managed to free her right hand from her attacker with a violent twisting movement.

The allies arrived in Brussels on September 3rd and Antwerp was freed the next day.

The dolphins will be freed into the ocean once their injuries have healed.

The horse's eyes were filled with terror as it struggled to free itself from the deep, sucking mud.

The kidnappers freed the last two hostages unharmed.

Try freeing some memory by shutting down a few applications.

We're going to need some rope to help free the girl.

Working from home will free up more time to spend with your family.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A strange light frightens her, and she screams to be freed from the room, falling unconscious when escape is denied.

She and her fellow students were told that their mission was to free the peasants from feudalism.

III. adverb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ VERB

break

People who find a way to break free feel jubilant about their escape.

Did it mean that more bamboos were breaking free ?

set

He used to plead in court at the age of six to have his father set free .

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

They will provide credit reports free to consumers once a year.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Why was this guy walking around free ?

Longman DOCE5 Extras English vocabulary.      Дополнительный английский словарь Longman DOCE5.