liberated for learners of EnglishPowered by COBUILD (lɪbəreɪtɪd)
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If you describe someone as liberated, you mean that they do not accept their society's traditional values or restrictions on behaviour. [approval] ⇒ She was determined that she would become a liberated businesswoman.
Perversely, I feel liberated by the thought of adherence to a strict set of rules.Alex George LOVE YOU MADLYThere had been a chance, Frido acknowledged, that they might have been liberated -- freed to fight against MotherRussia once again.Townsend, Eileen IN LOVE AND WARThe second hard fact is that the camps are still being liberated -- which means he could still turn up.Howatch, Susan ULTIMATE PRIZES