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English to French translations [Non-PRO] Marketing - Food & Drink
English term or phrase:There is such thing as a free lunch.
A twist on "There is not such thing as a free lunch" as a weekly drawing will take place to give away free meals. I was thinking of adapting this to say "Que diriez-vous d'un repas gratuit?" or "Un repas gratuit vous plairait?". I'd rather not use a question & I'm wondering if I'm loosing the "punch" here. Any idea or comment is truly appreciated. Thanks!
Explanation: There's no such thing as a free lunch
The economic theory, and also the lay opinion, that whatever goods and services are provided, they must be paid for by someone - i.e. you don't get something for nothing. The phrase is also known by the acronym of 'there ain't no such thing as a free lunch' -