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    Question collocation

    I'm wondering, if one could use the adjective "free" with the noun "job" - informally, of course - compared with a "free seat", for example, which just means "not occupied". Can anyone help? Gudrun


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    Re: collocation

    You could. "Are there any free jobs in marketing advertised?"

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