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free′-form`

or free′form`,



adj.
1. characterized by asymmetrical or irregular form: free-form sculpture.
2. functioning or evolving without advance planning or without conventional structures.
[1950–55]
Translations

free-form

[ˈfriːfɔːm] ADJ (Art, Mus) → de estilo libre
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