Definitions for freelanceˈfriˌlæns, -ˌlɑns, -ˈlæns, -ˈlɑns
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freelancer, freelance, free-lance, free lance, independent, self-employed person(adj)
a writer or artist who sells services to different employers without a long-term contract with any of them
freelance, free-lance, self-employed(adj)
working for yourself
mercenary(a), free-lance(a), freelance(a)(verb)
serving for wages in a foreign army
work independently and on temporary contracts rather than for a long-term employer
a person who acts independently or without authorization of an organization or of his superiors.
a person who pursues a profession independently, and not as the employee of an organization; -- used especially of writers or photographers who sell their work to organizations of which they are not employees.
of or pertaining to a freelance; as, a freelance photographer.
Someone who sells his services to employers without a long-term contract
A medieval mercenary
To work as a freelance
To produce or sell services as a freelance
Of, or relating to a freelance; without contract
He was a freelance writer for several magazines.
Origin: From free + lance.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Losing my passport means a loss of my work as a freelance photographer. I feel my entire life is being denied.
It is a Russian actor operating with alignment to the interest of the state, whether or not it's freelance, we don't know.
In this business, as with any freelance business, it takes a substantial amount of work just to get more work, anything that can help me manage these efforts in one location is going to make my life easier.
They know how governments work, they know such a wide variety of people, and yet they're released from those types of concerns, and they can operate in this freelance entrepreneurial way around the world without very many barriers.
They give speeches, they've made money on their books, but also they have these kind of fixer roles that get a bit murky and a bit blurry in terms of their roles, they know how governments work, they know such a wide variety of people, and yet they're released from those types of concerns, and they can operate in this freelance entrepreneurial way around the world without very many barriers.
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