Definition of drug-free in English:

drug-free

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adjective

1(Of a place) where no illegal drugs are used: a drug-free zone
More example sentences
  • In urban areas, drug-free zones often take up more space than they leave.
  • Liam has big plans to rescue Jean from the clutches of the two bullying men in her life by spiriting her away to the drug-free zone of the countryside.
  • You can be a leader in transforming your community into a drug-free area and make a difference to the world tomorrow.
1.1(Of a person) not taking illegal drugs: I’ve been drug-free since I came out of jail
More example sentences
  • ‘To the world at large, she sacrificed her right to anonymity by using illegal drugs and claiming she was drug-free,’ he said.
  • I'll come back to his idea later in this column and take it much further, because track should consider what other sports fight: letting the athletes prove that they are drug-free - if they are drug-free.
  • Each applicant must submit several documents, including a CV, school diplomas, the results of a test to certify he or she is drug-free, a doctor's statement that the applicant was in good health and an essay on transportation.

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