In volleyball, a defensive player who can take the position of any backcourt player but cannot block or return the ball when it is higher than the net.
Origin of libero
Italian freefrom Old Italian from Latin līberleudh- in Indo-European roots
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Libero Sentence Examples
His chief work was against Cassian's Collatio, his De gratia dei ut libero arbitrio (432).
The descendants of one of these, Henry, known only for his translation of an Italian morality play Freewyl (Tragedio del Libero Arbitrio) by Nigri de Bassano, settled at Pyrgo in Essex.
To refute the predestinarian heresy Hincmar composed his De praedestinatione Dei et libero arbitrio, and against certain propositions advanced by Gottschalk on the Trinity he wrote a treatise called De una et non trina deitate.