In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(without payment)(service/repair/travel) gratuitamente(repair/service/travel) gratisyou get one free / (informal) for free with every packet — con cada paquete te regalan uno / te dan uno gratis
- I got in for free — entré gratis / sin pagar / de balde
- And I got another one free with the paper the other day, which would be quite light to post.
- The Trust will shortly open a Help Centre in the city to provide counselling for patients free of cost.
- Boys suffering any sort of injury will be taken to the hospital, and treated free of cost.
- Child specialist, Dr H Raju, will treat these children free of cost every Tuesday.
- The management had provided all the text books, free of cost to the students.
- Leprosy awareness has however increased and it can be cured at the initial stage, free of cost.
- Those who cannot afford to pay this fee are exempted and treated free of cost.
- I like London, particularly now that I can travel about it free with my old person's Freedom Pass.
- As throughout the summer, children under five can swim free with a parent or carer at Kingfisher Leisure Centre.
- Anything which is given free of cost will not be appreciated and it will be misused.
- It comes free with the food and is so good you are in danger of eating too much and blunting your appetite.
- I still have a T-shirt that came free with 200 cigarettes from a Tenerife supermarket.
- Think of the thousands of small webcams that come free with computer packages.
- The magazine will be distributed free of cost to create awareness in the community and society.
- I f a unit of electricity cannot be produced free of cost, it should not be given to anybody free of cost.
- Banks may soon get a screen-based platform to trade in foreign currencies free of cost.
- When our government says basic education will be imparted free of cost it simply offers not to charge tuition fees.
2(without restriction)(roam/run/wander) a su antojo
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