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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.
(Definition of release from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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