Definition of crime-free in English:


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  • Not affected by or involving illegal activities: the streets here are safe and crime-free we want young people to lead healthy and crime-free lives
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    • Although many foreigners, especially Americans, believed that Canada was virtually crime-free, the truth was that it was not.
    • We want to create a crime-free, drug-free environment for our school, and we're doing this through a youth-led movement.
    • Police said the day was fairly crime-free.

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