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loosen

verb [T] (LESS TIGHT) 鬆開     /ˈluː.sən/
to make something less tight 鬆開,使…放鬆 He loosened his tie. 他鬆開了領帶。 Unfastening and opening
(Definition of loosen verb (LESS TIGHT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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