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free-range(frē′rānj′) or free-rang·ing (-rān′jĭng)
Of, relating to, or produced by animals, especially poultry, that range freely for food, rather than being narrowly confined: free-range chickens.
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(Agriculture) chiefly Brit kept or produced in natural nonintensive conditions: free-range hens; free-range eggs.
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1. permitted to graze or forage rather than being confined to a feedlot or enclosure: free-range chickens.
2. of, pertaining to, or produced by free-range animals: free-range eggs.
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free-range[ˈfriːreɪndʒ] ADJ [hen, eggs] → de corral
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