Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Freedom"

The meaning of "Freedom" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does He has kissed her with his freedom(It's a lyric) mean?
A: Hi,
Not broken, but very unusual.
eg.
"he kissed her with her lips" - that is easy to understand, right?
"he kissed her with his eyes" - that is more like poetry, yes?
"he kissed her with his freedom" - this is poetry
Q: What does freedom fighter mean?
A: Uma pessoa que luta pela independência.
Q: What does There is no freedom like not having to impress everybody mean?
A: You are really free when you need to please no one.
Q: What does "The freedom of worship was another powerful stimulus that drove people across the Atlantic in search of a new way of life." mean?
A: Because they want to worship freely they travel across the Atlantic Ocean to find a new place where they can worship without restraints.
Q: What does Getting to freedom is only half the battle. mean?
A: I am not sure what the context is, but "only half the battle" means that there is still something major that needs to be done.

So in this sentence, "getting to freedom" is only the first half of a big thing that needs to be accomplished. Some other (unknown) thing needs to be done before the speaker is pleased.

Example sentences using "Freedom"

Q: Please show me example sentences with free and freedom.
A: “Feel free to talk to me anytime.”
“Please give me the freedom to do what I love.”
“This item is buy one get one free.”
“Are you free this weekend?”
Q: Please show me example sentences with freedom.
A: freedom of speech.
Q: Please show me example sentences with freedom.
A: I have the freedom of free speech :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with freedom.
A: "At my new job, I have the freedom to take a break whenever I want."
Q: Please show me example sentences with freedom.
A: In my country we take pride in our freedom.
All I want is some freedom from my parents.

Synonyms of "Freedom" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between freedom and latitude ?
A: Latitude is the scope of freedom and can be used as a synonym in certain contexts.
"The journalists have a lot of latitude to write about the government." Freedom can also be used in this sentence and it will make sense.
"We do have some freedom of choice." In this sentence it would not sound natural to put latitude instead of freedom. But you could expand the sentence to say " We have a lot of latitude in terms of expressing our freedom of choice."
Q: What is the difference between freedom and liberty ?
A: Liberty - более формальное и больше относящееся к законному праву человека, где ему что-то разрешается делать без контроля и вмешательства государства.
Freedom - более абстрактное и широкое понятие.
Q: What is the difference between freedom and liberty ?
A: Both of the words are synonymous with each other. In order words they are just the same. :)
Q: What is the difference between freedom and liberty ?
A: They are synonyms. Freedom is more commonly used.
Q: What is the difference between personal freedom and personal freedoms ?
A: personal freedom = generally, one's personal freedom
personal freedoms = multiple, specific examples of personal freedom

Translations of "Freedom"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? But I freedom no matter what they do to me we have God
A: اللغة مكسرة
اكتب الجملة بالعربية
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? [they will take away your freedom and the process in the name of false security]. what's the process and false security
A: “Due process” not “the process”. It is about legal rights to a fair trial.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ''Don't think evetything just give a freedom yourself'' ıs it right sentence?
A: Don't think everything gives you freedom only
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? freedom
A: Freedom - liberdade
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "the freedom that allows people to avoid speaking."? "The freedom to not speak" or "The freedom not to speak"
A: “Not to speak” is correct. “To not speak” is an example of what's called splitting the infinitive, and it's not grammatically correct.

Other questions about "Freedom"

Q: As for 'the freedom of the Americas', how come does the author use plurals as 'the Americas'? Does that indicate Americas include Middle and South Americas?

Thank you for your help.
A: ‘the Americas’ is treated as a noun because in order for something to have freedom, it must first obtain sustenance. by saying ‘the Americas’ the author gives the term sustenance. furthermore, it makes more sense to say “the freedom of the Americas” because if you said “America’s freedom” it would imply that you were only talking about only one America instead of the two that exist.
Q: I think it can infringe freedom of expression to shut down the website. Does this sound natural?
A: ‎I think it can infringe upon freedom of expression to shut down the website.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce looking for freedom.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: When they celebrate the freedom? Before or after re-opening office?

[Emaciated staff emerged from the camp to celebrate their freedom by re-opening Jardines' offices in Hong Kong as soon as they could. ]
A: The re-opening is the celebration.
Q: You realize that how freedom is important to you Does this sound natural?
A: You realize how important freedom is to you.* 😊

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