Free along side (f.a.s.)



The term Lot Lot refers to an agreement in which the seller is responsible for the goods unless they are close to the ship.

Literal Meanings of FREE ALONG SIDE (F.A.S.)


Meanings of FREE:
  1. There is no commission or payment.

  2. With soft leaves

  3. Detention, release or release from slavery.

  4. It is not under the control or authority of anyone else who is able to do or do as you wish.

  5. It is missing or blocked or no longer blocked.

  6. Not subject to or limited by agreements or obligations.

  7. Dependent on or unaffected by them (some things, generally undesirable)

  8. Send or available for free.

  9. Use or buy something generously without any restrictions.

Sentences of FREE
  1. Admission is free for women

  2. I kept them out of the air and left for free until I came face to face

  3. You have been released from prison

  4. I have no desire but to live a happy and free life

  5. Researchers released the bird

  6. He spends his free time shopping

  7. Membership is free

  8. Free medical aid

  9. He is always free of his money

  10. Elliott thought there was no free verse for this lion who wanted to do a good job.

Synonyms of FREE

turn loose, emancipate, prodigal, without charge, extravagant, release, off duty, discharge, not at work, liberate, set free, not working, at large, let loose, generous, let go, off work, charitable, munificent, at no cost, lacking in, on leave, off, open-handed


Meanings of ALONG:
  1. Move in a permanent direction (road, trail or more or less horizontal)

  2. Almost horizontal line extension.

  3. It moves in a permanent direction at most horizontal road, trail or level.

  4. In someone else's company.

Sentences of ALONG
  1. Soon we were driving on a narrow road

  2. Cars are parked on the grass

  3. Proceed

  4. He brought a friend with him

Synonyms of ALONG

forwards, one after the other by, close by, beside, further, adjacent to, from one end of … to the other, down, across, in company, by the side of, on, ahead, to accompany one, in a line by, on the edge of, through, alongside, as a partner, with one, next to, onwards, throughout the length of, as company


Meanings of SIDE:
  1. Support or reject conflicts, disputes or debates.

  2. Provide one or more pages to create sides.

  3. To the left or right of an object, location, or center.

  4. The vertical or inclined surface of a structure or object that neither rises nor falls and is usually neither in front nor behind.

  5. The part or region that is near the edge and away from the center of an object.

  6. An individual or group that opposes another person or individual in an argument, contest or debate.

  7. Some aspects of a person's situation or character.

  8. Subsidiary or less important than anything else.

  9. Horizontal rotation of the ball.

Sentences of SIDE
  1. I thought Max cheated on Beatrice by defending her

  2. A long valley is lined with hills

  3. Cities across the river

  4. A car collided with the side of the house

  5. A van is parked on the side of the road

  6. The two sides agreed to continue border trade

  7. Ability to accept your own bad side

  8. Also made with fresh vegetables

  9. The extra function of the white ball to use the page turn to compensate for the tone is a completely different title that cannot be ignored.

Synonyms of SIDE

sympathize with, border, back up, edge, ally with, bloc, periphery, uphold, ancillary, caucus, faction, lower, favour, bound, stand up for, extremity, tangential, back, verge, sect, fringes, give one's backing to, non-essential, margin, clique, irrelevant


Meanings of F:
  1. Father.

  2. Breast stroke

  3. Feet.

  4. Women.

  5. Lady.

  6. Femto (in units of measurement) (10¹⁵).

  7. Okay fine

  8. (In reference text) Folio.

  9. Feet.

  10. Format


Meanings of A:
  1. Used when you first mention something or something in a text message or conversation.

  2. It is used to indicate belonging to a class of people or things.

  3. It is used to indicate the rates, relationships or relationships of each person.

  4. (In the travel calendar) is coming.

  5. To act (in units of measure) (10⁻¹⁸).

  6. Outside (in connection with sports events).

  7. (Used before dating).

  8. Acceleration.

  9. The first letter of the alphabet.

Sentences of A
  1. One man left the room

  2. He is a lawyer

  3. Write 60 words per minute


Meanings of S:
  1. Seconds)

  2. Part (of an action)

  3. Shilling (E)

  4. Not married.

  5. Solid

  6. (No tradition) Baby (children)

  7. Zero refers to electrons and orbits with angular velocity and perfect balance.

  8. Distance (in mathematical formulas).

  9. The 19th letter of the alphabet

  10. Farm like a capital s.

  11. (Especially in Catholic usage)

  12. Siemens