1you're a free agent — eres muy libre / dueño de hacer lo que quieras
- It is not that they are indispensable, either on payroll or as free agents; their knowledge and skills are.
- People remain free agents; nothing is certain or predictable.
- It will be first time since she joined the police in 1973 that Dame Elizabeth will be a free agent.
- In fact, free agents are safer in an economic storm than their job-holding counterparts.
- However, we should keep in mind that Senators to some extent are free agents.
- He has led a dynasty in a free agent, salary-capped era in which such dominance was presumed to be impossible.
- The key is that the mother is not a free agent and there will never be a separate family home provided by the state.
- But, as the story unfolds, it is clear that all the characters are self-deluded, the victims of events as much as free agents.
- Benji was a free agent, and equally keen on his prospective employers.
- It's not just for free agents, knowledge workers, and serial entrepreneurs.
- And the girl began to think of herself as a free agent, unbound by the presumptions of heredity.
- He allows her to travel with him on the condition that it is a temporary arrangement - that he is a free agent and is not in any way committed to her.
- These factors have served as a catalyst for the emergence of workers who consider themselves free agents.
- Some would be free agents, shopping themselves around to the most alluring companies.
- The dot com revolution spawned a whole new generation of savvy, job hopping free agents who each said proudly they were their own security.
- But human beings are only more or less free agents, often less.
- Part worker, part owner, free agents have crossed over the industrial relations divide.