English Idiom - No strings attached
Today's idiom is no strings attached. This is an informal phrase that is used to show that an offer or opportunity has no restrictions or hidden fine print, and nothing is required or expected in return.
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Henry's life was very busy, so when he met a cute woman at a coffee shop, he told her that he wasn't looking for a serious relationship, just something fun with no strings attached.
The gym near my house was offering one month for free. The salesperson told me that if I didn't like it, I could cancel easily, no strings attached!
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