English version

be free with something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe free with somethingbe free with somethingGENEROUSto be very generous with something He seems to be very free with other people’s money. She is always free with her advice. free
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be free with somethingKen's a little too free with his money.She's always very free with praise for her employees.A jammed hinge or latch can be freed with a penetrating oil such as Plus Gas.All the pumps were frozen and had to be freed with burning straw.
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