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English definition of “hands-free”

hands-free

adjective uk   us  
a hands-free piece of equipment, especially a phone, can be used without needing to hold it in your hand: a hands-free car phone a hands-free tap

hands-free

noun [C] uk   us  
a piece of equipment, especially a phone, that you can use without needing to hold it in your hand
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