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Translation of "release" - English-Turkish dictionary

release

verb [T]     /rɪˈliːs/
PRISONER
B2 to allow a prisoner to be free tahliye etmek, serbest bırakmak, salıvermek Six hostages were released shortly before midday.Liberating, relaxing and releasing
STOP HOLDING
to stop holding someone or something bırakmak, salıvermek, koyvermek Release the handle.Liberating, relaxing and releasing
INFORMATION
to let the public have news or information about something yayınlamak Police have not released the dead woman's name.Announcing, informing and statingRevealing secrets and becoming known
RECORD/FILM
B2 to make a record or film available for people to buy or see gösterime sun(ul)mak, piyasaya sun(ul)mak/çıkar(ıl)mak The album is due to be released in time for Christmas.Available and accessiblePresentCinema - general wordsSound and image recordings
SUBSTANCE
to let a substance flow out from somewhere akıtmak, akmasına meydan vermek, akıtmak, salmak, yaymak Dangerous chemicals were accidentally released into the river.Emitting and ejecting
(Definition of release verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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