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free world the parts of the world governed by democratic and capitalistic or socialistic systems rather than by communistic or despotic ones.
freeze to become hardened into ice or a solid form through loss of heat. [16 definitions]
freeze-dry to preserve (foods, blood plasma, or the like) by rapid freezing and then drying in a high vacuum at a low temperature.
freeze frame a technique in which a single frame of film is repeated a number of times to create the illusion that the action has been stopped or frozen, as to resemble a still photograph.
freezer a thing that freezes, esp. an appliance that freezes food for storage.
freezing at or near the temperature at which water turns to ice. [2 definitions]
freezing point the temperature at which a given liquid freezes.
free zone a port or area of a city in which goods may be stored and reshipped to another country without customs duties.
freight goods or cargo shipped by commercial transport, or the fee charged for such shipping. [6 definitions]
freightage the price for commercial transport of goods. [2 definitions]
freight car a railroad car that carries cargo.
freighter a ship for transporting goods. [2 definitions]
freight train a railroad train made up of freight cars.
French of, pertaining to, or characteristic of France or its people, culture, language, or the like. [4 definitions]
French Academy an association of forty scholars and writers devoted to maintaining the purity of the French language and establishing rules of usage.
French and Indian War a war between France and England fought in North America from 1754 to 1760, which was part of the Seven Years' War.
French bread a long, slender loaf of yeast bread made with white flour and having a crisp crust.
French Canadian a Canadian of French descent. [2 definitions]
French chalk a soft white compressed talc, used to remove grease spots from clothing and linens or to make tailor's marks on unsewn fabric.
French Community a political alliance, formed in 1958 and revised in 1962, comprising France, its protectorates, and six African nations that were formerly French possessions.
French cuff a wide cuff on the sleeve of a shirt or blouse that is folded back and fastened with a cuff link.