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Without charge; for free •In earliest form free, gratis, and for nothing: The Congressmen traveled free gratis (1883+)
[fr combination of free with Latin gratis, ”free”]
[free-hand] /ˈfriˌhænd/ adjective 1. drawn or executed by without guiding instruments, measurements, or other aids: a freehand map. adverb 2. in a freehand manner: to draw freehand.
noun 1. unrestricted freedom or authority: They gave the decorator a free hand. noun 1. unrestricted freedom to act (esp in the phrase give (someone) a free hand) adjective, adverb freehand 2. (done) by hand without the use of guiding instruments: a freehand drawing adv. of drawing, from 1848; see free (adj.) + hand. Also, […]
[free-hahr-tid] /ˈfriˈhɑr tɪd/ adjective 1. light-hearted; spontaneous; frank; generous. adjective 1. frank and spontaneous; open; generous
An organisation offering a repository of software and related information for high energy physics applications.