an express highway with no intersections, usually having traffic routed on and off by means of a cloverleaf.
a toll-free highway.
another name for expressway
a major road that can be used without paying a toll
[free-hweel, -weel] /ˈfriˈʰwil, -ˈwil/ noun 1. a device in the transmission of a motor vehicle that automatically disengages the drive shaft whenever it begins to turn more rapidly than the engine. 2. a form of rear bicycle that has a device it from the driving mechanism, as when the pedals are stopped in coasting. verb […]
[free-hwee-ler, -wee-] /ˈfriˈʰwi lər, -ˈwi-/ noun 1. a vehicle that can . 2. a person who works or lives in an independent, often daring, way. 3. a person who is primarily concerned with having a good time.
[free-hwee-ling, -wee-] /ˈfriˈʰwi lɪŋ, -ˈwi-/ adjective 1. operating in the manner of a . 2. (of a person) moving about freely, independently, or irresponsibly. 3. (of words, remarks, actions, etc.) unrestrained; irresponsible: Loose, freewheeling charges were traded during the argument. [free-hweel, -weel] /ˈfriˈʰwil, -ˈwil/ noun 1. a device in the transmission of a motor vehicle […]
[free-wil] /ˈfriˈwɪl/ adjective 1. made or done freely or of one’s own accord; voluntary: a freewill contribution to a political fund. 2. of or relating to the metaphysical doctrine of the freedom of the : the freewill controversy.