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e-lanceadjective

uk   us   INTERNET, HR
relating to ways of working where someone uses the internet to sell their services or work, and is not employed by one company: e-lance work/workers The 21st century has ushered in the e-lance economy where independent contractors work in a fluid, temporary network.
e-lancer
noun [C]
There are increasing numbers of wired freelancers, or "e-lancers".
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