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Meaning of “a free hand” - Learner’s Dictionary

a free hand

permission to make your own decisions about how you want to do something: The students were given a free hand as far as designing their product was concerned.Freedom to actOpportunity
Translations of “a free hand”
in Russian свобода действий…
in Turkish tam yetki, hareket serbestisi…
in Polish wolna ręka…
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