Definition of pain-free in English:


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Not feeling or causing pain: getting into good work habits now can ensure a lifetime of pain-free typing
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  • The good news is that hip replacement should leave you pain-free.
  • The first night she tried this remedy she was pain-free for the first time in years.
  • For music teachers, this means teaching ergonomically correct, pain-free movement techniques from the very beginning of study.

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