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unmetered

(ʌnˈmiːtəd)
adj
(of a service such as water supply or telephone access)allowing one to use as much as one wants for a basic cost, rather than paying for the amount used
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unmetered

[ʌnˈmiːtərd] adj [access, supply] → illimité(e)
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