for free

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for free

  1. Without paying; free.
    We got all our food for free, it was included in the contract.
    • 1973, Billy Joel (lyrics and music), “Piano Man”, performed by Billy Joel:
      Now John at the bar is a friend of mine
      He gets me my drinks for free
  2. (figuratively) Without effort; as a useful side-effect of something that was to be done anyway.
    When they fixed that one bug, we got this new software feature for free.

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