unhampered freedom of movement, choice, or action:
Students have free rein to choose their own class schedules.
see: free hand
REXX interpreters for Unix in C++. (ftp://rexx.uwaterloo.ca/pub/freerexx/rx102.tar.Z).
noun 1. Informal. something obtained without effort or cost: The fact that you’re the general’s sondoesn’t mean you’ll get a free ride in the army. 2. Stud Poker. a round of betting in which each player checks and therefore receives another card without having to contribute any chips to the pot. noun phrase Related Terms […]
noun 1. Informal. a person who obtains something without effort or cost. 2. a nonunion worker who enjoys the benefits of union activities. noun A nonunion worker who benefits from the pay and advantages gained by a union (1950s+ Labor union)
adjective 1. (of a mechanism, material, etc) moving smoothly and uninterruptedly 2. (electronics) of or relating to a periodic signal that is not synchronized to a timing source: free-running interference produces moving patterns on a television screen