Translation of "release" - English-Spanish dictionary

release

verb uk /rɪˈliːs/ (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.

to make a record or movie ready for people to buy or see

sacar a la venta
The album is due to be released in time for Christmas.

to stop holding someone or something

soltar
Release the handle.

to let the public have news or information about something

dar a conocer
Police have not released the dead woman’s name.
noun uk /rɪˈliːs/

a new movie or music that is available for the public to buy

estreno
Have you heard the band’s latest release?

[ no plural ] permission to leave prison

puesta en libertad, liberación
After his release from jail, Jackson had trouble finding work.

(Translation of “release” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

release

verb /rəˈliːs/

to set free; to allow to leave

liberar
He was released from prison yesterday
I am willing to release him from his promise to me.

to stop holding etc ; to allow to move, fall etc

soltar
He released (his hold on) the rope.

to move (a catch, brake etc ) which prevents something else from moving, operating etc

soltar
He released the handbrake and drove off.

to allow (news etc) to be made known publicly

hacer público, dar a conocer
The list of winners has just been released.

to offer (a film, record etc) to the general public

(película) emitir; sacar (disco)
Their latest record will be released next week.

(Translation of “release” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)