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Noun
The action or process of releasing or being released
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“Raju's first stop after his release from prison is the barber's shop.”
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A published statement or the act of revealing something
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“The release of the news of her insensitive comments provoked widespread condemnation.”
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A publication, version or launch of a given product
“You can read about Kim Kardashian's new favorite cereal in the magazine's latest release.”
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The act of sending forth or putting into circulation
“Robust structures housing reactor fuel at nuclear power plants will protect against a release of radiation.”
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(of a recording) A product that's just been made available to the public
“Many fans are awaiting the boy band's next release.”
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(a book) A product that's just been made available to the public
“The next release of the fantasy series is set to be the most anticipated yet.”
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(of a film) A product that's just been made available to the public
“The director's next release will be a big budget reboot of the famous Hulk character from the Marvel universe.”
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The alleviation of a disease's symptoms without a cure
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The act of ordering or allowing someone to leave a place or position
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An act or instance of waiving a right or claim
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A commercial solicitation designed to sell some commodity, service, or similar
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An official report, especially on state or military affairs
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The process of releasing, and thereby providing relief from, strong or repressed emotions
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Information about current events disseminated via media
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(music) A popular song released and sold (on any format)
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Release for something at dangerous level
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The reporting of news, especially by an eyewitness
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The process of declassifying, process of making non-restricted
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Release, unveiling
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The cessation of life and all associated processes
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Release from cycle of rebirth
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The action of extracting something, especially using effort or force
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An act of breaking free from confinement or control
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The giving out of information about a product, person, or company for advertising or promotional purposes
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A legal document that is signed and delivered, especially one regarding the ownership of property or legal rights
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A handle to release a parachute from its sack
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The action of formally ending or dismissing an assembly, partnership, or official body
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A written or printed statement acknowledging that something has been paid for or that goods have been received
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Something invented through research and development
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To allow or enable to escape from confinement
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“She wants to convince her parents to release her from what she perceives to be her structural prison.”
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To let go off
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“At the sound of the click, your dog is highly likely to release his grip on the toy in favor of collecting his treat.”
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To give off or expel
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“The air freshener will release a pleasant aroma when you squeeze on the bottle.”
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To declare loudly, openly or publicly
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“Pundits are demanding that the special counsel release the full details of the report.”
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To discharge from a job or position
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“The faceless men in pinstriped suits have decided to release him from his duties.”
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To put on the market
“The company will soon release its new laptop, which promises to be more powerful than ever.”
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To cause to dissipate
“I need to listen to some soothing music to release all this built-up tension.”
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To make available
“A spokesman for management says the move will release an extra man for policing duties in the area.”
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(law, of a debt) To remit or discharge
“Under certain conditions, an agreement under seal may be sufficient to release a debt.”
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To disburden or free oneself of someone or something that is unwanted
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To express a thought, action or feeling, especially under rare circumstances
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To release from one's grasp or possession
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To send through the air, especially with force
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To free from the condition of being stuck
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To move continuously or freely through a space, area or population
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To release from the armed forces
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To cause to be empty or vacant
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To activate (a mechanism), especially by contact with a switch, catch, or other electrical device
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To unwind or untwist (something)
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To create or produce something, typically at a fast rate or in large quantities
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To become less serious or severe
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To remove the regulations, or legal restrictions, from
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