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(publishing) Editions of a periodical publication
The distribution of something for general use
Plural for the action or process of releasing or being released
“Raju's first stop after his release from prison is the barber's shop.”
Plural for a published statement or the act of revealing something
“The release of the news of her insensitive comments provoked widespread condemnation.”
Plural for 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.”
Plural for 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.”
(of a recording) Plural for a product that's just been made available to the public
“Many fans are awaiting the boy band's next release.”
(a book) Plural for 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.”
(of a film) Plural for 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.”
Throws or gives off
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“The air freshener will release a pleasant aroma when you squeeze on the bottle.”
Formally sends out or puts into circulation
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“Pundits are demanding that the special counsel release the full details of the report.”
To allow or enable to escape from confinement
“She wants to convince her parents to release her from what she perceives to be her structural prison.”
To let go off
“At the sound of the click, your dog is highly likely to release his grip on the toy in favor of collecting his treat.”
To discharge from a job or position
“The faceless men in pinstriped suits have decided to release him from his duties.”
To eliminate or cause to dissipate
“I need to listen to some soothing music to release all this built-up tension.”
To make available
“A spokesman for management says the move will release an extra man for policing duties in the area.”
(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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