Definition of 'freebie'
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But the trophy pursued above all others is currently not accepting freebies. Times, Sunday Times (2011)So you do get freebies for being famous then? The Sun (2011)Sign up to the newsletter and get freebies without having to browse the site. The Sun (2016)She recently said one of the best things about being famous is getting lots of freebies. The Sun (2009)Just show the app in store to get your freebie. The Sun (2016)You'll be quids in with their amazing package of fantastic freebies. The Sun (2009)That's the freebies sorted for another six months then. The Sun (2014)And this is not the only fantastic freebie as a member of Sun+. The Sun (2013)HAIR we go with another fab freebie. The Sun (2012)I ask if she has accepted any freebies via these ranking sites. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Millionaire husband and still accepting freebies do you not feel bad when people can't pay their gas bill? The Sun (2014)You could pass on your fab freebie to a pal or family member - or just keep it for yourself. The Sun (2010)Other freebies include hair transplants. The Sun (2014) Great freebies and offers, too. The Sun (2016)DON'T miss these great freebies. The Sun (2016)Does she get great freebies? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Ideal for use in all conditions, this fab freebie offers a durable design with bright graphics for enhanced visibility out on the training field. The Sun (2014)And because we're all heart, there are some fantastic freebies to win. The Sun (2011)WE know you love Perks as much as we do because all the fab freebies are being snapped up so quickly. The Sun (2011)Now here's another cool freebie which lets you go one step further and do a full 360° snap. The Sun (2012)Tomorrow we'll give you another CITY toy freebie. The Sun (2012)TODAY'S fantastic DVD freebie features a real high-flyer. The Sun (2009)THERE'S an unbelievable world of fantastic freebies and deals online ONLY for Sun+ members. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'freebie'
British English: freebie NOUN
A freebie is something that you are given, usually by a company, without having to pay for it.
Definition of freebie from the Collins English Dictionary
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