Definition of freebie in English:

freebie

Line breaks: free|bie
Pronunciation: /ˈfriːbi
 
/

noun

informal
A thing that is provided or given free of charge: a freebie to the Himalayas
More example sentences
  • As for the goodies, winners will walk away with trophies, cash awards and host of freebies from the event sponsors.
  • I'm all for bribing people out of their cars and into public transport by subsidies and freebies, to lessen the road congestion.
  • To add more smiles, the organisers gave away freebies to all the participants.

Origin

1940s (originally US): an arbitrary formation from free.

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