To do as one pleases, to make decisions without confirmation from others
While I was on vacation, my friends made free with my house.

The marketing guys always make free with the advertising budget.
by MatthewZA October 15, 2007
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Elon Musk’s unspoken slogan as he sarcastically offered to buy Twitter, which would value the company at around $41.4 billion—he currently owns around 9% of Twitter's shares, making him the company’s second largest shareholder—because Twitter shares are underperforming and the platform has been restricting the propagation of politically incorrect or fake news.
Just as the Liar-in-Chief wanted to make America great again, the founder of The Boring Company wants to make Twitter free again.
by Fasters April 17, 2022
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The slogan the Opposition in Singapore fearfully want to use so that citizens and residents can criticize the authorities, or could stage public protests, without the risk of being arrested or sued.
The “fear factor” among Singaporeans to speak up and to speak out has numbed them and made them politically indifferent—with lawsuits against political critics on the rise in recent years, the Opposition’s promise to make Singapore free again is just a dream for now.
by MathPlus December 15, 2018
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(Another euphamism for "Taking my talents to South Beach")
Damn, I got the bubble guts! I'll be back. I'm going to the bathroom to "Make LeBron a Free Agent".
by The Encyclopedia Cuyahoga August 19, 2010
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