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What is the opposite of bottle up?

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Opposite of to suppress or hide a secret or piece of information
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Opposite of to physically trap or enclose (on all sides)
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To provide information to
“Her mother then calls everyone in her Rolodex to brief them on her medical crisis while scheduling a farewell martini.”
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Stay in contact
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Get it off your chest
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To release from a leash or captivity
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To boast about one's abilities or accomplishments
“Who likes to hear a snobbish intellectual gasbag show off at a cocktail party?”
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To put forward for discussion or consideration
“We want team members who are able to challenge the status quo and introduce new ideas when appropriate.”
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To announce or advertise, usually loudly
“In the street below, peddlers would routinely cry their wares.”
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To make reference to or speak about briefly or in passing
“He would deliberately drop a few famous names as acquaintances to impress his peers.”
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To vent or release one's emotions towards someone or something
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To say as a further remark
“The spokesperson would then add that more details would be released in due course.”
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To ostentatiously draw attention to
“A giant map in the middle of the square would display the city's prime attractions.”
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To convey or express in a particular way or manner
“I would just like to say how I really feel about this.”
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(of a sound) To become louder or higher in pitch
“His anger boiled, his tone would gradually rise and it looked like he would pop a vein at any moment.”
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To gradually reach, or cause to reach, a wider area or more people
“From here the virus would spread to neighboring regions via the very roads and railways these construction workers were building.”
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To indulge in fantasies about something desired
“I used to just lie in my bed and dream about achieving all of my life goals.”
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To expel or discharge, such as gas or light
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To eliminate or cause to dissipate
“I need to listen to some soothing music to release all this built-up tension.”
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To imply, or to be an indirect sign or indication of
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To herald or signify the coming of an event
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To transmit a signal over the airwaves
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