[free-lohd, -lohd] /ˈfriˈloʊd, -ˌloʊd/
verb (used without object), Informal.
to take advantage of others for free food, entertainment, etc.
verb (used with object)
to get by freeloading:
He freeloaded several meals a week.
(intransitive) (slang) to act as a freeloader; sponge
: During the depression women free loads were rare
To be fed, entertained, supported, etc, without charge; live parasitically; sponge: They will successfully free load the rest of their lives/ who gives freeloading off a famous father a bad name (1940s+)
noun 1. rain that falls as a liquid but freezes into glaze upon contact with the ground.
noun 1. a free-port area. noun 1. an area at a port where certain customs restrictions are not implemented See also free port
[frey-guh] /ˈfreɪ gə/ noun 1. (Friedrich Ludwig) Gottlob [gawt-lohp] /ˈgɔt loʊp/ (Show IPA), 1848–1925, German mathematician and logician. /German ˈfreːɡə/ noun 1. Gottlob. 1848–1925, German logician and philosopher, who laid the foundations of modern formal logic and semantics in his Begriffsschrift (1879)
noun 1. the ionospheric region in which the F layer forms. noun 1. the highest region of the ionosphere, extending from a height of about 150 kilometres to about 1000 kilometres. It contains the highest proportion of free electrons and is the most useful region for long-range radio transmission Also called Appleton layer See also […]