Free Delivery

Business / Finance / Free Delivery: Cash not required for operations or for reinvestment. Often defined as earnings before interest (often obtained from the operating income line on the income statement) less capital expenditures less the change in working capital. In terms of a formula:

Other Words for Delivery

Delivery Verb Synonyms: distribution, delivering, deliverance, conveyance, transportation, transport
Delivery Noun Synonyms: liberation, release, deliverance, emancipation
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Other Words for Free

Free Adjective Synonyms: liberated, at large, let go, let off, emancipated, delivered, manumitted, set free, unshackled, unfettered, released, freed, loose, out, sprung, on the loose
Free Adverb Synonyms: set free, set at liberty, enfranchise, release, let go, liberate, let out, let loose, unloose, unchain, unfetter, uncage, emancipate, disenthrall, manumit, pardon, parole, furlough
Free Verb Synonyms: relieve, rid, unburden, disburden, disencumber, unbosom, rescue, redeem
Free Noun Synonyms: at liberty, unfettered, unchained, unshackled, unconfined, untrammelled, unencumbered, unrestrained, unrestricted, unconstrained, uncontrolled, free-born, independent, self-governing, self-governed, self-ruling, autonomous, democratic, sovereign
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Freehold Estate

Business / Real Estate / Freehold Estate: An estate in land in which ownership is for an indeterminate length of time, in contrast to a leasehold estate. MORE

Freestanding Implant

Health / Dentistry / Freestanding Implant: An implant which can withstand functional forces without splinting to any additional abutments. MORE

Freedom-To-Farm

Business / Agriculture / Freedom-To-Farm: A phrase that was used in the congressional arena to characterize the production flexibility contract provisions of the FAIR Act of 1996. MORE

Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) Of 1966

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) Of 1966: A federal law providing guidelines for access and disclosure of government documents and materials to the general public. MORE

Free-Verse Rhythm

Entertainment / Music / Free-Verse Rhythm: A free-flowing, nonmetric line in which movement is linked to the text inflections, as in Gregorian chant. MORE

Freed Up

Business / Finance / Freed Up: Used in the context of general equities. Not subject to any internal (restricted list) or external restrictions on trading; hence, the trader is free to solicit interest. MORE

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