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Detailed Synonyms for free in Englisch

free:

to free Verb (frees, freed, freeing)

  1. to free
    to disengage; to free; to clear
    • disengage Verb (disengages, disengaged, disengaging)
    • free Verb (frees, freed, freeing)
    • clear Verb (clears, cleared, clearing)
  2. to free
    to release; to liberate; to free
    • release Verb (releases, released, releasing)
    • liberate Verb (liberates, liberated, liberating)
    • free Verb (frees, freed, freeing)
  3. to free
    – make (assets) available 1
    to release; to free; unfreeze; unblock
    – make (assets) available 1
    • release Verb (releases, released, releasing)
      • release the holdings in the dictator's bank account1
    • free Verb (frees, freed, freeing)
    • unfreeze Verb
    • unblock Verb
  4. to free
    – let off the hook 1
    to justify; to free; absolve
    – let off the hook 1
    • justify Verb (justifies, justified, justifying)
    • free Verb (frees, freed, freeing)
    • absolve Verb
      • I absolve you from this responsibility1
  5. to free
    – free or remove obstruction from 1
    to free; to disengage
    – free or remove obstruction from 1
    • free Verb (frees, freed, freeing)
      • free a path across the cluttered floor1
    • disengage Verb (disengages, disengaged, disengaging)
  6. to free
    – remove or force out from a position 1
    to free; to dislodge
    – remove or force out from a position 1
    • free Verb (frees, freed, freeing)
      • He finally could free the legs of the earthquake victim who was buried in the rubble1
    • dislodge Verb (dislodges, dislodged, dislodging)
      • The dentist dislodged the piece of food that had been stuck under my gums1
  7. to free
    – release (gas or energy) as a result of a chemical reaction or physical decomposition 1
    to release; to free; to liberate
    – release (gas or energy) as a result of a chemical reaction or physical decomposition 1
    • release Verb (releases, released, releasing)
    • free Verb (frees, freed, freeing)
    • liberate Verb (liberates, liberated, liberating)
  8. to free
    – part with a possession or right 1
    to release; to resign; to free; to relinquish; to give up
    – part with a possession or right 1
    • release Verb (releases, released, releasing)
    • resign Verb (resigns, resigned, resigning)
      • resign a claim to the throne1
    • free Verb (frees, freed, freeing)
    • relinquish Verb (relinquishes, relinquished, relinquishing)
      • I am relinquishing my bedroom to the long-term house guest1
    • give up Verb (gives up, gave up, giving up)
  9. to free
    – relieve from 1
    to free; disembarrass; rid
    – relieve from 1
  10. to free
    – grant freedom to; free from confinement 1
    to release; to loose; to free; to liberate; unloose; unloosen
    – grant freedom to; free from confinement 1
  11. to free
    – free from obligations or duties 1
    to discharge; to free
    – free from obligations or duties 1
    • discharge Verb (discharges, discharged, discharging)
    • free Verb (frees, freed, freeing)
  12. to free
    – make (information) available for publication 1
    to release; to free
    – make (information) available for publication 1
    • release Verb (releases, released, releasing)
      • release the list with the names of the prisoners1
    • free Verb (frees, freed, freeing)
  13. to free
    – grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to 1
    to exempt; to relieve; to free
    – grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to 1
    • exempt Verb (exempts, exempted, exempting)
      • She exempted me from the exam1
    • relieve Verb (relieves, relieved, relieving)
    • free Verb (frees, freed, freeing)

Konjugationen für free:

present
  1. free
  2. free
  3. frees
  4. free
  5. free
  6. free
simple past
  1. freed
  2. freed
  3. freed
  4. freed
  5. freed
  6. freed
present perfect
  1. have freed
  2. have freed
  3. has freed
  4. have freed
  5. have freed
  6. have freed
past continuous
  1. was freeing
  2. were freeing
  3. was freeing
  4. were freeing
  5. were freeing
  6. were freeing
future
  1. shall free
  2. will free
  3. will free
  4. shall free
  5. will free
  6. will free
continuous present
  1. am freeing
  2. are freeing
  3. is freeing
  4. are freeing
  5. are freeing
  6. are freeing
subjunctive
  1. be freed
  2. be freed
  3. be freed
  4. be freed
  5. be freed
  6. be freed
diverse
  1. free!
  2. let's free!
  3. freed
  4. freeing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

free Adjektiv

  1. free
    free; freely; at liberty
  2. free
  3. free
  4. free
    effortless; freely; easy; free

free Adjektiv

  1. free
    – not literal 1
    loose; free; liberal
    – not literal 1
    • loose Adjektiv
      • a loose interpretation of what she had been told1
    • free Adjektiv
      • a free translation of the poem1
    • liberal Adjektiv
  2. free
    – completely wanting or lacking 1
    free; innocent; barren; destitute; devoid
    – completely wanting or lacking 1
    • free Adjektiv
    • innocent Adjektiv
      • innocent of literary merit1
    • barren Adjektiv
      • writing barren of insight1
    • destitute Adjektiv
      • young recruits destitute of experience1
    • devoid Adjektiv
      • the sentence was devoid of meaning1
  3. free
    – unconstrained or not chemically bound in a molecule or not fixed and capable of relatively unrestricted motion 1
    free
    – unconstrained or not chemically bound in a molecule or not fixed and capable of relatively unrestricted motion 1
    • free Adjektiv
      • free expansion1
      • free oxygen1
      • a free electron1
  4. free
    – not fixed in position 1
    free; detached
    – not fixed in position 1
    • free Adjektiv
      • he pulled his arm free and ran1
    • detached Adjektiv
      • the detached shutter fell on him1
  5. free
    – able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint 1
    free
    – able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint 1
    • free Adjektiv
      • free enterprise1
      • a free port1
      • a free country1
      • I have an hour free1
      • free will1
      • free of racism1
      • feel free to stay as long as you wish1
      • a free choice1
  6. free
    – not held in servitude 1
    free
    – not held in servitude 1
    • free Adjektiv
      • after the Civil War he was a free man1
  7. free
    – not occupied or in use 1
    free
    – not occupied or in use 1
    • free Adjektiv
      • a free locker1
      • a free lane1
  8. free
    – not taken up by scheduled activities 1
    spare; free
    – not taken up by scheduled activities 1
    • spare Adjektiv
      • spare time on my hands1
    • free Adjektiv
      • a free hour between classes1
  9. free
    – costing nothing 1
    free; complimentary; gratuitous; gratis; costless
    – costing nothing 1
  10. free
    – Free time appears with a clear availability indicator and is seen as available when others view your Calendar. An appointment of zero duration, while visible in the selected block of time when viewing days, shows as free time to others. 2
    free
    – Free time appears with a clear availability indicator and is seen as available when others view your Calendar. An appointment of zero duration, while visible in the selected block of time when viewing days, shows as free time to others. 2

free adv

  1. free
    – without restraint 1
    loose; free
    – without restraint 1
    • loose adv
      • cows in India are running loose1
    • free adv

free [the ~] Nomen

  1. the free
    – people who are free 1
    the free; the free people
    – people who are free 1
    • free [the ~] Nomen
      • the home of the free and the brave1
    • free people [the ~] Nomen

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Verwandte Definitionen für "free":

  1. not literal1
    • a free translation of the poem1
  2. completely wanting or lacking1
  3. unconstrained or not chemically bound in a molecule or not fixed and capable of relatively unrestricted motion1
    • free expansion1
    • free oxygen1
    • a free electron1
  4. not fixed in position1
    • he pulled his arm free and ran1
  5. able to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint1
    • free enterprise1
    • a free port1
    • a free country1
    • I have an hour free1
    • free will1
    • free of racism1
    • feel free to stay as long as you wish1
    • a free choice1
  6. not held in servitude1
    • after the Civil War he was a free man1
  7. not occupied or in use1
    • a free locker1
    • a free lane1
  8. not taken up by scheduled activities1
    • a free hour between classes1
  9. costing nothing1
    • free admission1
  10. without restraint1
  11. people who are free1
    • the home of the free and the brave1
  12. make (assets) available1
  13. let off the hook1
  14. free or remove obstruction from1
    • free a path across the cluttered floor1
  15. remove or force out from a position1
    • He finally could free the legs of the earthquake victim who was buried in the rubble1
  16. release (gas or energy) as a result of a chemical reaction or physical decomposition1
  17. part with a possession or right1
  18. relieve from1
  19. grant freedom to; free from confinement1
  20. free from obligations or duties1
  21. make (information) available for publication1
  22. grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to1
  23. Free time appears with a clear availability indicator and is seen as available when others view your Calendar. An appointment of zero duration, while visible in the selected block of time when viewing days, shows as free time to others.2

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