At the discretion of the performer. Used chiefly as a direction giving license to alter or omit a part.
Of or relating to a diet in which the amount of food is not restricted.
At the discretion of the performer.
Repeat ad libitum.
Without restriction; freely.
Mice that were fed ad libitum.
At (one's) pleasure; as one pleases.
Origin of ad-libitum
- Latin ad according to libitum past participle of libēre to please
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition