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Meaning of “let loose sth” in the English Dictionary

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let loose sth

If you ​let loose something such as ​bullets or ​bombs, you ​release a lot of them all together: The ​allieslet loose an ​intensiveartillerybombardment over the ​border. to ​suddenly make a ​sound or ​speak in an ​uncontrolled way: He ​turned around and ​let loose a ​torrent of ​abuse.
(Definition of let loose sth from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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