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Translation of "release" - English-Spanish dictionary. release. verb uk /rɪˈliːs/ us /rɪˈlis/ present participle releasing | past tense and past participle released. › to allow a prisoner to be free. poner en libertad, liberar. Six hostages were released shortly before noon.What is the synonym of release?
Some common synonyms of release are emancipate, free, liberate, and manumit. While all these words mean "to set loose from restraint or constraint," release suggests a setting loose from confinement, restraint, or a state of pressure or tension, often without implication of permanent liberation. released his anger on a punching bag.What is the difference between free and release?
The words free and release can be used in similar contexts, but free implies a usually permanent removal from whatever binds, confines, entangles, or oppresses. When might liberate be a better fit than release?What is the meaning of release from debt?
1 a freeing from an obligation or responsibility. because they had legally declared bankruptcy, they received release from their debt. Synonyms for release. delivery, discharge, quietus, quittance. Words Related to release. dispensation,