For example: "Freed memory can be reused by another computer programs"?
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Of course it can. Take for example the poem title The Latest Freed Man, by that stylistic arbiter of elegance himself, Wallace Stevens.
Verbs in the past tense often form adjectives:
And on and on.
The parts of speech in English have a very chameleon nature (note use of noun chameleon as an adjective in this sentence). Now consider this odd journey of a noun to an adjective to a verb to a past-tense verb used as an adjective: