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Loosely in Russian 🇷🇺

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loosely свободно
How to say “loosely” in Russian? “Свободно”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “свободно” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on loosely in Russian like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

Russian Sentences with the Word “Loosely”

Russian sentence with “свободно” English translation for свободно S

что ты делаешь в свободное время?

What do you do in your free time.

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Tips to Remember the Russian Word:
– Picture 'свободно' as a person being 'free' from constraints, roaming freely.
– Associate 'свободно' with the English word 'liberty' (liberty = вольно = свободно in certain contexts).

– 'свободно' translates to 'freely' or 'loosely' in English. It is derived from the adjective 'свободный' which means 'free'.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing:
– Вольно (vol'no) – more commonly used in a military context to mean 'at ease' but can also mean 'freely'.
– Независимо (nezavisimo) – meaning 'independently' which can overlap with 'freely' in some contexts.
– Легко (legko) – meaning 'easily', which can sometimes imply doing something freely or without difficulty.

Alternate Meanings:
– As slang, 'свободно' can refer to someone being available or not occupied (e.g. a free table, a person not in a relationship).

Examples of Sentences:
1. Он свободно говорил на трёх языках. (On svobodno govoril na tryokh yazykakh.) – He spoke three languages fluently.
2. Ты можешь свободно использовать это помещение. (Ty mozhes' svobodno ispol'zovat' eto pomeshchenie.) – You can use this space freely.
3. Зал был свободно открыт для всех участников. (Zal byl svobodno otkryt dlya vsekh uchastnikov.) – The hall was freely open for all participants.
4. У меня свободное время вечером. (U menya svobodnoye vremya vecherom.) – I have free time in the evening.

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