Gratis comes from the Latin word for "favor;" so in English a party favor is a small item given gratis to everyone attending a party. Gratis is used as both an adjective ("The drinks were gratis") and an adverb ("Drinks were served gratis"). But however it's used, it means "free".
And here were these freemen assembled in the early morning to work on their lord the bishop's road three days each -- gratis; every head of a family, and every son of a family, three days each, gratis, and a day or so added for their servants.
Entre el altisimo indice de ingresos gratis y el bajisimo indice de titulacion individual, lo importante es que a nadie le cueste no titularse, que los desertores preserven su derecho a desertar "gratis ".
Gratis on application, or sent free by Post on receipt of Two Stamps. Why buy your own experience dear, when you can get it gratis, for nothing already? The shot is given in ‘free, gratis, for nothing,’ as Paddy said. A man will shell out his dust to another man free and easy and gratis.