Release synonyms

rĭ-lēs'
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Common misspelling of lose.
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Free means to release or let go.
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The definition of an announcement is a public declaration of something.
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(Intransitive) To reveal oneself; to become communicative.
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To release, to free, to give freedom to.
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To set at liberty
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To deliver by arms, notably from a siege
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To set free (a slave, etc.); release from bondage, servitude, or serfdom
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Exonerate is defined as to relieve someone of a duty, or prove innocent.
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To free, clear, relieve, or disencumber, as of something undesirable
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The process of striving to achieve equal rights and status.
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(Military) the act of releasing a member of the armed forces from service
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Act of delivering, the state of being delivered, or something delivered.
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(Finance) A document that summarizes financial activity.
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An announcement of an event, performance, or other newsworthy item that is issued to the press.
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That which has been released; usually, printed matter
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Public interest attracted in this way.
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Alternative spelling of newsflash.
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That which has been released; usually, printed matter
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That which has been released; usually, printed matter
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That which has been released; usually, printed matter
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That which has been released; usually, printed matter
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That which has been released; usually, printed matter
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Propaganda often delivers loaded messages designed to produce an emotional rather than rational response to the information that is being presented.
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The definition of liberate is to free or emancipate someone or something, or to steal something.
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(Figuratively) To free from or disburden of anything.
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To emotionally disengage or to distract oneself from a situation.
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To bear or conduct (oneself); behave
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To grant (someone) freedom or immunity from.
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To set at liberty
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To deliver for use; as, to issue provisions.
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To issue books, newspapers, etc. to the public
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(Idiomatic) To rescue, especially financially.
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(Idiomatic) To relinquish control or possession of something to someone.
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To cause to explode.
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(Intransitive, idiomatic, sometimes followed by with or on) To shout, make a loud sound, or perform a sudden, vehement action; to behave in a raucous, frenzied manner.
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To free (a person or thing) of or from something
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To free from fastening or from restraint; to let loose; to unbind.
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To remove costiveness from; to facilitate or increase the alvine discharges of.
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To put or keep in prison; jail
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To confine is to impose limits or restrictions, or to prevent someone from leaving.
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To set at liberty
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The condition of not being constrained or restricted in a specific aspect of life by a government or other power:
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Freedom
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Relief is the ease of pain, tension, strain or other discomfort.
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To pronounce free from or give absolution for a penalty, blame, or guilt. [First attested in the mid 16th century.]
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To secure the release of by providing security.
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To change (a penalty, debt, or payment) to a less severe one.
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To dissolve the organization of (a corporation, for example).
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To remove an encumbrance or burden from (someone or something).
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To release (oneself) from an engagement, pledge, or obligation.
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(Accounting) To record amounts in a consolidation statement to remove the effects of inter-company transactions.
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To voice; express:
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To extricate is defined as to set free.
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To free from slavery or bondage; emancipate.
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To operate or work (against)
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To set at liberty
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(Law) To grant an official pardon for a crime; unguilt.
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A conditional release from a criminal sentence that permits the convict to serve the remainder of his or her term outside the confines of the prison as long as he abides scrupulously by certain preset conditions.
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To set at liberty
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The money paid to secure the release of a person held captive, whether as a result of having been kidnapped or captured in some other way; the release of a captured person in exchange for money or other consideration. To gain the release of a captive by paying the price demanded; to hold a person captive and insist on payment as the condition of release.
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To free from a specified duty by providing or acting as a substitute.
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To give up or abandon (control of something or a claim, for example).
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To transmit or send, as money in payment.
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Spring is defined as to jump up or to originate from.
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To decorate with paintings, etc. representing scenes from history or legend
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(Nautical) To pull (a yard) into a perpendicular position for lowering it.
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(Idiomatic) To release or let go; to permit (someone or something) to roam freely or to act freely.
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To untie or unfasten, as wrappings or bindings.
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To remove chains from; to free; to liberate.
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(Informal) To let out, let loose, release, etc.
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To unfasten. ant. syn.
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(Intransitive) To come untied or unloosed.
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To free from a leash, or as from a leash
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To be released or discharged through an opening.
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To give or furnish as a natural process or as the result of cultivation
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An enforced delay
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A meeting; assemblage; crowd
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Multiple related objects associated as a group.
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Complete control:
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A check is defined as a mark put next to something written down to show it has been verified or completed.
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To keep in custody; confine
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To pick up or collect (molten glass) using a tool in glass blowing.
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To call for and obtain payment of:
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To defend or hold against criticism or attack:
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To raise:
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To communicate, convey, or offer for conveyance:
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To emit or release something.
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(Intransitive, Ireland, UK, idiomatic) To complain, sulk, chastise.
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(Literary, archaic) To emit; to produce; to let out
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(Idiomatic) To introduce errors or inaccuracies; to skew.
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To free of a burden or trouble:
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To free from something bothersome or encumbering; relieve.
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To dissociate oneself from (an allegation or rumour).
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To free from or relieve of a burden or trouble:
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To get away from (a pursuer):
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To discard or reject
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(Informal) To get rid of or eliminate (something unneeded, unwanted, or problematic)
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To come to an end; reach a stopping point:
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Alternative spelling of axe.
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To supply with fuel; tend the fire of
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To end the employment or service of
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(Computing) To bootstrap; to start a system, eg. a computer, by invoking its boot process or bootstrap.
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(Intransitive, slang) To leave.
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Used to indicate possibility or probability:
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(American football) To tackle, usually to tackle the offensive quarterback behind the line of scrimmage before he is able to throw a pass.
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To change posture or position; stir:
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(music) the act or manner of terminating a musical phrase or tone
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A deferment.
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An order or notice of discharge.
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The setting aside (of something) from consideration.
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The act or an instance of dismissing someone from a job.
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(Uncountable) Cheap rough cloth such as would be used to make bags (sacks).
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The definition of a spill is a fall, or an instance where you cause liquid or some other substance to come out of its container.
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The act of spilling or the amount spilled
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A shop that sells the products of a particular manufacturer or supplier.
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The definition of a button is a small disk used for fastening two parts of a garment, or is used to operate something.
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A written release from an obligation, such as a receipt indicating payment in full.
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A sheet or sheets of paper containing topical information, distributed to people attending a speech, lecture, or meeting.
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The fact of going past; a movement from one place to another or a change from one state to another. [from 14th c.]
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The amount of something lost:
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A departing, or going away
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The definition of an exit is a departure or a place for a departure.
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A formal termination on a closing date, as of a contract or subscription
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The definition of a going is a departure or forward progress.
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(Physiology, of organs, glands, etc.) To extract a substance from blood, sap, or similar to produce and emit waste for excretion or for the fulfilling of a physiological function.
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To draw or let out wholly; to drain off completely; as, to exhaust the water of a well; the moisture of the earth is exhausted by evaporation.
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To be ejected from an aircraft as by means of an ejection seat
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To defrost something.
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(Chiefly UK) To make a shy person more confident.
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(Cricket) To cause a batsman (a player on the batting team) to be dismissed or out.
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To become sour:
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release, as from one's grip
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(Proscribed) Alternative spelling of re-sign.
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To stop or desist; to quit
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To relax:
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To unloose.
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(Sports) To impede an opponent.
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To cause to congeal or stiffen from extreme cold:
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To send away; cause or allow to leave
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Find another word for release. In this page you can discover 149 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for release, like: loose, free, announcement, open-up, set-free, get out, rescue, emancipate, exonerate, rid and let out.