- something provided without charge
- without charge; free
Translations for 'freebie'
- British English: freebie A freebie is something that you are given, usually by a company, without having to pay for it. NOUN
- Brazilian Portuguese: brinde
- Chinese: 免费赠品免费費赠贈品
- European Spanish: regalo
- French: cadeau
- German: Werbegeschenk
- Italian: omaggio
- Japanese: 景品
- Korean: 회사에서 공짜로 주는 것
- Portuguese: brinde
- Spanish: yapa
Example Sentences Including 'freebie'
He had checked his Carling freebie overnight bag, hadn't he?
THE MAN WHO HATED FOOTBALL (2004)
He should've eaten more than the freebie motel breakfast of Danish and coffee.
His name was Frederico Gonzalez, Whittier, California, and he came up on an all-night freebie from LA called `Bunch of Fun".
The Serpent's Mark
Mr. Lavoie said Sun Media's business plan calls for the new Toronto freebie to be profitable within "a fairly short horizon.
Globe and Mail (2003)
Nine out of 10 times, it is the buyer-who is at the end of the price-chain-who ends up paying for the freebie.
Business Today (1999)
On his shoulder he carried a black bag, a freebie from a book promotion he had attended once in Canterbury.
HIDING FROM THE LIGHT
Owners of the former car ferry, who spent £7million on its refit, hoped the freebie would generate thousands of bookings.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
That's because the PR blurb, contra deal, freebie law still rules.
The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2004)
To claim our fantastic freebie you need TWO differently-numbered tokens.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
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