What is another word for letting go?

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Present participle for to release someone from confinement or captivity
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“It was sound policy to let the prisoners go, taking the risk of seeing them again one day, for the sake of discouraging resistance at sea.”
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Present participle for to release from one's grasp or possession
“How do you let go of the past and start having a blast?”
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Present participle for to dismiss someone from an employment position or a relationship
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“My father decided he had to let the staff go due to the lack of business”
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Present participle for to ignore or disregard (something)
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Present participle for to open (something that was clenched)
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Present participle for to fail to take advantage of
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Present participle for make not subject to punishment or action
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Present participle for to release from a physical restraint
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(with reference to an organized group) Present participle for to break up or cause to break up
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Present participle for let loose
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Present participle for bring to an end
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Present participle for die down; let up
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Present participle for enjoy oneself or celebrate in a noisy or boisterous way
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Present participle for to give up (power or territory)
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Present participle for to free from a tangled or twisted state
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Present participle for to avoid or circumvent (an obstacle or problem)
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Present participle for to shed tears
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Present participle for to burst or shatter violently and noisily
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Present participle for to remove blame or responsibility from
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Present participle for relieve of blame, responsibility
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Present participle for stop resisting to an enemy or opponent and submit to their authority
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Present participle for play or move about in a cheerful and lively way
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Present participle for to show mercy to, especially by not punishing or killing
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Present participle for to shoot a projectile
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Present participle for to throw or launch something in a given direction
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Present participle for to allow to continue
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The act of (usually temporarily) terminating someone's employment
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