There are 2 main translations of freelance in Spanish

: freelance1freelance2

freelance1

por cuenta propia, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈfriːlɑːns//ˈfriˌlæns/

adjective

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    por cuenta propia
    (invariable adjective) freelance
    por libre Spain
    • The 23-year-old freelance journalist refused to go into detail about his brief but traumatic ordeal as a hostage.
    • As a freelance writer hired to cover riots in Harlem, he took the events as the background for the novel's climax.
    • And I picked up two freelance writing assignments along the way.
    • Two weeks before graduation, Heck got his first freelance assignment illustrating children's books.
    • She is a freelance filmmaker, television journalist, writer and activist based in Kolkata.
    • Later, she moved to London where she worked as a freelance journalist for various newspapers and magazines, as well as TV.
    • He found work as a freelance consultant for engineering companies and soon discovered he had a knack for it.
    • He is also a freelance journalist and an adjunct English professor.
    • He returned to his apartment in Atlanta, where he worked as a freelance technology consultant.
    • So, with the turn of the new millennium, and her two boys planning to head off to university, she quit her job and set herself up as a freelance HR consultant.
    • The Defense Department has hired more than 50 freelance writers for the sites.
    • He worked as a freelance journalist in 1983 and 1984.
    • A less well publicised role of some public relations companies is to hire freelance journalists to cover events such as major conferences with news stories to be placed in medical publications.
    • It was a freelance assignment I just couldn't refuse.
    • Instead, he wrote several books about race relations and education, and became a freelance journalist.
    • I was a freelance journalist before I enlisted in the Australian Army in 1995 and eventually became an infantryman with two tours of duty to East Timor under my belt.
    • After spending much of the Depression as a freelance journalist touring shanty towns, Fuller began scriptwriting in Hollywood and publishing pulp novels.
    • After his retirement from Independent Newspapers in the late 1980s, he continued to work as a freelance journalist.
    • I'm a freelance photographer on assignment, or at least I was…
    • The division employs just seven people, relying on freelance editors, designers and publicists.

adverb

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    por cuenta propia
    freelance
    por libre Spain
    • He was promoted to deputy private secretary the following year, earning an annual salary of £180,000 until he went freelance last year.
    • A greater proportion of women in the study were found to be working freelance compared to men.
    • He was promoted to a solo artist before he left the company to work freelance both as a dancer and choreographer.

intransitive verb

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    trabajar por cuenta propia
    trabajar freelance
    trabajar por libre Spain
    • People who have never freelanced tend to really glamorize it and can't imagine why you'd give it up.
    • I started freelancing because I was laid off.
    • The writer is in her late twenties and has taken up freelancing as a career.
    • I stayed with journalism as a career because I started to earn my way through college by freelancing for newspapers and magazines.
    • She has also freelanced extensively and is a published photographer.
    • I just learned how to do stuff through freelancing; my boss is a friend of my uncle's, so I asked for a job there.
    • After having a few questions answered and reading a little into freelancing to get an insight of what kind of business it is and what it can do for me, I think I'm all set and ready to go.
    • When I started freelancing, the hardest thing to do was figuring out how much to charge.
    • For more information, advice, and support, contact one of the two professional freelancing organizations.
    • That's the nice thing about freelancing, I never know what I'm going to be doing from one day to the next.
    • She has freelanced for The New York Times, Newyorkmetro.com and Legal Affairs, among other publications.
    • But even if your skills and experience are suitable for freelancing, it may not be right for you.
    • He had a literary bent like a few of us in this family and was getting his start as a reporter, freelancing for small newspapers, when the war came along and he enlisted.
    • After graduation, I took various video production classes, as well as freelanced as a scriptwriter and technical director for non-profit organizations.
    • While at Yale he freelanced for the Albuquerque Tribune and wrote for the Yale Daily News.
    • He has also previously covered sports at the Tagesspiegel and freelanced for other Berlin newspapers.
    • The rest of my income is earned by scraping together what I can from freelancing and speaking.
    • That lasted for two years before Miriam went freelancing for the Irish Press and Evening Press.
    • Prior to joining the Echo she freelanced for the Irish Examiner, Irish News and Carrigdhoun Newspaper.
    • Of course, when freelancing, sometimes you have to stick your neck out a bit, and take a chance.

There are 2 main translations of freelance in Spanish

: freelance1freelance2

freelance2

noun

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    • This is a major question for freelances and for staff members who increasingly see their material being reused either in information databanks or in other on-line and CD-Rom formats.
    • He spotted a gap in the market when working as a freelance in York for Radio 4 and Radio 5.
    • Casual staff, agency workers, freelances and home workers were among those considered only to have ‘worker’ status rather than the more formal ‘employee’ status.
    • Our staff and freelances are simply not allowed to go to war zones unless they have been trained.
    • As a lonely freelance you do, of course, have the benefit of bypassing social activities with colleagues - basically because you don't have any.
    • Without having their flights and accommodation paid for, freelances would find it hard to attend major international medical conferences and meetings.
    • Publishers can shave costs by dumping their full-time employees and using freelances as and when.
    • She began her journalist career as a reporter on the Sheffield Star and went on to work as a freelance on the Daily Mail.
    • In addition to uniting the cream of the county's photographic excellence, the freelances will also benefit by having a shop window for their high-quality images.
    • Over two-fifths of freelances have worked in more than one sector of the industry.
    • Most of its contributors are freelances, like Mr Scott.
    • This funding will help new, small and expanding companies; support freelances and help attract companies to expand or relocate to the region as well as promoting international film production here.
    • It will be available to companies and freelances who already use computers but want to develop their skills.
    • The paper has two full-time journalists and a stable of 20 freelances, with about ten freelance photographers.
    • He turned to racecourse commentary and worked as a freelance for both ITV and the BBC.
    • She accepts that her BBC persona helped clinch the column, but points out that she was a newspaper freelance long before becoming a TV reporter.
    • He resolves to become a freelance and solo operator.
    • Yes, it was a withdrawal of their labour, but since most jockeys are freelances and self - employed, or have a contract to ride for one principal trainer, they can often pick and choose where they want to race.
    • She is set to edit The Big Issue in Scotland, where she worked several years ago as a freelance.
    • He worked as a freelance in Pakistan and published a magazine about crime.