Entry from US English dictionary
An authorization of free admission or travel.
- Passengers travelling without free passes are charged €5 per return journey on every route.
- The city of Melbourne was three miles distant from the port but easily accessible by train, for which the authorities furnished them free passes.
- In several large cities pensioners have free passes which give them unlimited travel within and beyond the city boundary.
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Syllabification: free pass
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