Idiom:  feel free (to do something)

Meaning

Idiom:  feel free (to do something)

  • to not hesitate to take or do something because you feel you have permission
  • used to encourage someone to do something because they have your permission


Example sentences

  • I'm putting the keys to my car here—feel free to drive it whenever you want.
  • Please make sure the kids are asleep by 9 PM and then feel free to watch TV.
  • Feel free to stay with us whenever you're in town.
  • Feel free to help yourself to more cake.
  • Here's the key card to your room. Feel free to call if you need anything.
  • Although my mother-in-law said I could call, I don't really feel free to ask her to babysit.
  • Thanks for your purchase. Feel free to take one of the dog biscuits in that tray on your way out the store.
  • Feel free to send me an email if you have any other questions.


Synonyms

  • be my guest
  • make oneself at home


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