A term used to describe a vehicle with the engine located in the front, powering the rear wheels via a propshaft (driveshaft).
Most cars built prior to the 1970's had an FR layout, however most automobile manufacturers are using front wheel drive layouts for their economy models due to lighter weight, and cheaper manufacturing costs. The FR layout is still commonly found in sports cars and high-end luxury sedans.
From a performance standpoint; most FR vehicles are inherently balanced and when correctly setup will exhibit neutral handling characteristics.
Example: When my friend bought me a margarita, I thanked him for the fr'alcohol.
Fr'education meaning the Government will pay for all of your college expenses and you or your family do not have to contribute.
Example: When I saw that through the FAFSA Program all of my college expenses were taken care of, I was happy to have received a fr'education.