Sinónimos de inglés

Sinónimos de release

(verbo) 
Definition
to free (a person or animal) from captivity or imprisonment
He was released from custody the next day.
Sinónimos
set free
,
free
They are going to free more prisoners.
, ,
liberate
How committed is the leadership to liberating its people from poverty?
, ,
deliver
Mercifully, I was delivered from that pain.
,
loose
He loosed his grip on the rifle.
,
let go
,
undo
I managed to undo a corner of the parcel.
,
let out
,
extricate
Emergency workers tried to extricate the survivors from the wreckage.
,
untie
Nicholas untied the boat from her mooring.
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disengage
He gently disengaged himself from his sister's tearful embrace.
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emancipate
the war which preserved the Union and emancipated the slaves
,
unchain
, ,
turn loose
,
unshackle
,
unloose
,
unfetter
,
unbridle
,
Antónimos
(verbo) 
Definition
to free (someone) from obligation or duty
He wants to be released from any promise between us.
Sinónimos
acquit
He was acquitted of disorderly behaviour by magistrates.
,
excuse
She was excused from her duties for the day.
,
exempt
Companies with fewer than 55 employees would be exempted from these requirements.
,
let go
,
dispense
No-one is dispensed from collaborating in this task.
,
let off
, ,
absolve
The judicial inquiry absolved the soldiers.
(verbo) 
Humour is wonderful for releasing tension.
Sinónimos
dissipate
The tension in the room had dissipated.
,
dissolve
His new-found optimism dissolved.
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disperse
The fog dispersed and I became aware of the sun.
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dispel
He will hope to dispel their fears.
,
drive away
(verbo) 
Definition
to allow news or information to be made public or available
They're not releasing any more details yet.
Sinónimos
issue
He issued a statement denying the allegations.
,
publish
The paper did not publish his name for legal reasons.
,
make public
,
make known
, ,
present
presenting a new product or service to the market-place
, , , ,
put out
,
circulate
Public employees are circulating a petition calling for his reinstatement.
,
disseminate
The press plays a critical part in disseminating news and information.
Antónimos
(verbo) 
Definition
to give out heat, energy, radiation, etc.
a weapon that releases toxic nerve gas
Sinónimos
give off
,
discharge
The resulting salty water will be discharged at sea.
,
send out
,
throw out
, , ,
emanate
He emanated sympathy.
,
exude
Nearby was a factory which exuded a pungent smell.
,
cast out
,
send forth
(verbo) 
Definition
to issue (a CD, film, or book) for sale or public showing
He is releasing an album of love songs.
Sinónimos
, ,
unveil
Mr Werner unveiled his new strategy this week.
,
bring out
,
make available
,
put on the market
,
put on sale
(sustantivo) 
Definition
the act of freeing or state of being freed
the secret negotiations necessary to secure the release of the hostages
Sinónimos
liberation
Passover recalls the liberation from slavery in Egypt.
,
freedom
All hostages and detainees would gain their freedom.
, ,
liberty
Three convictions meant three months' loss of liberty.
,
discharge
The doctors began to discuss his discharge from hospital.
,
emancipation
the emancipation of slaves in the nineteenth century
,
deliverance
their sudden deliverance from war
,
manumission
The country's manumission began in 1762.
,
relief
The news will come as a great relief.
Antónimos
(sustantivo) 
a blessed release from the obligation to work
Sinónimos
acquittal
the acquittal of six police officers charged with beating a man
,
exemption
new exemptions for students and the unwaged
,
let-off (informal)
,
dispensation
The committee were not prepared to grant special dispensation.
,
absolution
She felt as if his words had granted her absolution.
, ,
acquittance
(sustantivo) 
Definition
a statement to the press
a meeting held after the release of the report
Sinónimos
issue
The problem is underlined in the latest issue of the Lancet.
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announcement
the announcement of their engagement
,
publication
expensively produced glossy publications
,
proclamation
his proclamation of the good news
, ,
(sustantivo) 
releases of cancer-causing chemicals
Sinónimos
emission
the emission of gases such as carbon dioxide
, ,
shedding
,
radiation
They study energy radiation from the most violent stars in the universe.
,
discharge
They develop a fever and a watery discharge from the eyes.
, , ,
ejaculation
The ejaculation of seminal fluid is neither harmful nor abnormal.
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issuance
,
exhalation
These plants give off a poisonous exhalation at night.
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emanation
The human body is surrounded by an aura of infrared emanations.
,
exudation
,
giving off or out
(sustantivo) 
Definition
something issued for sale or public showing
this week's new releases
Sinónimos
,
book
a book about witches
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CD
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record
This is one of my favourite records.
, ,
video
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album
He has a large collection of blues albums.
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disc (old-fashioned)
This disc includes the piano sonata in C minor.

Otros sinónimos

in the sense of absolution
She felt as if his words had granted her absolution.
in the sense of absolve
Definition
to declare to be free from blame or sin
The judicial inquiry absolved the soldiers.
in the sense of album
Definition
a long-playing record
He has a large collection of blues albums.
Sinónimos
CD (old-fashioned),
disc (old-fashioned),
waxing (old-fashioned, informal),
LP,
vinyl,
EP,
forty-five (old-fashioned),
platter (US, old-fashioned, slang),
seventy-eight (old-fashioned),
gramophone record (old-fashioned),
black disc

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Life on the edge
The desire to push the boundaries has been a motivator in many a daring expedition, testing the human spirit and physical abilities to the utmost. Indulge your adventurous spirit by exploring some associated ‘extreme’ vocabulary. Will you have the survival skills to master our quiz?
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