Traducción de freely en Español:

freely

libremente, adv.

Pronunciación /ˈfriːli//ˈfrili/

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  • 1

    • 1.1(without restriction)

      libremente
      I traveled freely around the country viajé libremente / sin trabas / cortapisas por el país
      • the wheel should turn freely on the axle la rueda debe girar libremente sobre su eje
      • the animals roam freely in the park los animales andan sueltos por el parque
      • the hooks slide freely along the rail los ganchos corren con facilidad a lo largo del riel
      • Women were encouraged to drink water freely during labor.
      • Others ask whether having all scientific information freely available to the public would really serve the public's best interest.
      • Public matters should be transparent and all information freely available.
      • The huge flow of freely available information stemming from the work of countless specialists is one of the riches of our culture, and is something of which universities have good cause to be proud.
      • As we revealed earlier this month, the dossier was almost entirely compiled from information freely available on the internet.
      • Open-access publishers charge study authors a printing fee and release the information freely.
      • Corruption occurs when that information is not freely available - cover-up and concealment are necessary for insider trading to flourish.
      • She turned to me, the anger in her eyes, no longer controlled, blazing freely.
      • Arrange foods so that cold air can circulate freely around them.
      • Despite the wish of all people to choose a cultural identity freely and to live in dignity, suppression of cultural freedom is widespread around the world.
      • If this information had been freely available, many investors would not have injected their life's savings into an outfit destined for such unhappy times.
      • Essentially, the Bill proposes to make certain information that is freely available offline, unable to be published on the Internet.
      • Such information is freely available in the UK.
      • Tempur makes mattresses from visco-elastic foam with an open-cell structure that allows air to circulate freely.
      • Had they been available to her freely, and free of charge, from the age of six, would the tragedy have been averted?
      • Health related information is freely available on the internet, and its use by consumers is accelerating.

    • 1.2(openly)

      (write/speak) con libertad
      (write/speak) con franqueza
      • Once gathered, they are free to speak to one another openly and freely.
      • I hope, therefore, that the arrangements that we have made you will find helpful, and will enable you to feel confident in speaking freely and frankly to us.
      • We express our feelings more freely, openly and authentically.
      • Learning is being able to freely debate issues and not fail simply because you disagree.
      • You will find that the French will speak more freely and openly to you if you can speak a bit of their language, and believe it or not, the language becomes easier the more you speak it.
      • Living in a land of religious freedom, it is easy to take for granted the blessing of being able to worship freely and openly.
      • People must be given the opportunity to freely express their wishes.
      • And so, yeah, I mean, I freely and openly talk about him and stuff like that.
      • One of the great changes that have come over Australia in the last six months is that people do feel able to speak a little more freely and openly about how they feel.
      • She has captured the essence of the lives and stories of the 40 women who spoke so openly and freely to her about the society and events which shaped their lives.
      • There it was, what she had been waiting for all along: a direct invitation to speak freely.
      • But these married couples sincerely love each other and express their emotions freely and openly.
      • Civilians often forgot that the military does not make policy but carries out the wishes of our freely elected government.
      • Maluleke assured him that the court offered him more protection than any other place and that it was important he felt able to speak freely and truthfully.
      • ‘This is not because only Roma people are being discriminated but because only Roma people talk openly and freely about this’.
      • Obviously enough, to find out if something is wrong in the world you've got to be able to discuss - freely and openly - what is happening to you and around you.
      • All of the youths in the group spoke freely and openly about their lives and their views about treatment and other encounters with the youth control and social service systems.

    • 1.3(willingly)

      (sacrifice) voluntariamente
      (offer) de buen grado
      I freely admit I'm jealous no tengo reparos en reconocer que estoy celoso
      • There remains in my heart, I freely admit, a small kernel of bitterness which pains me whenever I think of that night.
      • He freely admitted that magic depended on deception and sleight of hand but said: ‘Origami is real magic!’
      • It was a clever idea based on the premise that you should always freely and willingly give the press everything they would otherwise find out by themselves anyway - and put your spin on it.
      • The success of these clubs is due to the extraordinary commitment of effort, energy, time and generosity which a throng of coaches and organizers give willingly and freely.
      • As we have seen, no one has, so far, been willing to freely admit responsibility for those two cases.
      • Hinduism, like Judaism, accepts those who freely wish to join the faith, but makes no attempt to pull a person out of another religion.
      • He freely admits Railtrack had failed to keep a close enough tab on contractors’ work.
      • Raised in Cork, he began directing plays as a student at the town's university - but freely admits he has always been ‘in denial’ about his love of cinema.
      • Michael freely admitted that he had led the life of a hard man up to then, but, from the time I first met him in the 1980s, all I saw was a man who wanted to put his past behind him and live a normal life.
      • It is also almost impossible, the staff freely admit, to provide decent conditions here on the remand wing without better resources and investment in the fabric of the prison itself.
      • He also freely admits his choice of warriors is ‘whimsical’, and the portraits are there to entertain rather than to sit alongside serious, academic study.
      • I freely admit that a holiday to a different culture is not for everyone, but surely an article about such a destination should be written by someone who can appreciate this from both perspectives?
      • Each company had its business plan examined by a team of experts and advice was freely and willingly dispensed.
      • The donor must freely and willingly consent to the procedure having been given sufficient knowledge to make an informed decision.
      • Like a classic maven he convinces the reader to just trust him, he knows what he's talking about and is willing to freely share his valuable knowledge.
      • Can you understand why people would be concerned about you making those statements, when as you freely admit that you don't have evidence to back them up?
      • I freely admit I'm not a golfer, and maybe that explains it.
      • It is given freely and willingly by New Zealand farmers; it has been like that for 150 years.
      • Renowned for its wide main street, this average-sized rural town in the heart of mid-Ulster has few particular claims to fame, as its web site freely admits.
      • It all seems a far cry from 1994 when he was appointed to the position of group managing director in an industry which he freely admits he knew ‘nothing at all’ about.

  • 2

    • 2.1(generously)

      (spend/donate/give) a manos llenas
      • Alcohol flowed freely as drinking games were started.
      • A lavish buffet was laid out and of course drinks flowed freely, putting everyone in a happy mood.
      • A homeless shelter that allows residents to freely drink on the premises has opened in Dublin, the first in Ireland.
      • Large numbers of my electorate give generously and freely to community service.
      • He gladly, freely and generously gave his knowledge to others.
      • He has also freely and generously helped young people break into the business.
      • He uncorked a canteen and drank deeply and freely of the water.
      • Drinks flowed freely throughout and the Californian table wines were particularly good.
      • I met him at the official opening of a new dockland wharf where the drinks flowed freely.
      • He drank beer freely and often consumed two quarts daily.
      • They drink alcoholic beverages freely, and every household makes its own rice liquor.
      • He is the only man I ever met who chain - smoked cigars, and he drank Scotch freely.
      • Jennifer was bleeding freely; she wished she had thought a little more beforehand.
      • She gives freely and generously of her time when it comes to fundraising whether it is bag packing, collecting flags or climbing Knocknarea.
      • However the copious amount of alcohol flowing freely stemmed any negative thoughts on the day, and everyone had a top time.
      • Richmond Valley is fortunate to have a large number of organisations made up of people who give their services generously and freely to make our community strong.
      • According to Buddhist folklore, the Buddha-to-be was born as Prince Vessandorn, a generous man who gave freely to the people.
      • Now, let the food and drink flow freely among you good people!
      • The drinks flowed as freely as the conversation and it wasn't long before the tipsy friends were surrounded by a crowd of Blake's equally or more intoxicated friends.
      • The stock had been sold, the money paid and the drink was flowing freely.

    • 2.2(copiously)

      (flow/pour) profusamente
      (flow/pour) copiosamente

  • 3

    (loosely)
    to translate/interpret/adapt freely hacer una traducción/interpretación/adaptación libre