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3 Translation results for release in Spanish

verb | noun | verbo

release verb

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released, has released, is releasing, releases
liberar, poner en libertad; soltar, aflojar; renunciar a, ceder; publicar (un libro), estrenar (una película), sacar (un disco)
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Example sentences of
release verb

  • The hostages have been released.
  • The judge released the prisoner.
  • The lion was released from its cage.
  • There is a lot of controversy over whether or not wolves should be released into the park.
  • I released my son's hand, and he ran out onto the playground.
  • The factory faced serious fines for releasing dangerous chemicals into the river.
  • Heat is released into the atmosphere by cars.
  • During exercise, the body releases chemicals in the brain that make you feel better.
  • She started to cry, releasing all of her repressed emotion.
  • Exercise is a good way to release stress.

Synonyms of
release verb

Detailed synonyms for release verb

See: Free

release noun

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liberación, puesta en libertad; cesión (de propiedad, etc.); estreno (de una película), puesta en venta (de un disco), publicación (de un libro); escape, fuga (de un gas)

Example sentences of
release noun

  • the release of the hostages
  • The prisoner is eligible for early release.
  • There was a controversy over the release of wolves into the park.
  • The prisoner was given an early release.
  • the release of heat into the atmosphere
  • Exercise triggers the release of chemicals in the brain that make you feel better.
  • an accidental release of pollutants into the river
  • They've filed a request for release from the contract.
  • They're requesting a release from their contractual obligations.
  • The release of the book is scheduled for next month.

Synonyms of
release noun

releer verbo

to reread

Reverse translation for release

liberar  - to liberate, to free 
soltar  - to let go of, to drop, to release, to set free, to loosen, to slacken 
aflojar  - to loosen, to slacken, to slacken, to ease up, to pay up, to fork over 
ceder  - to cede, to hand over, to yield, to give way, to diminish, to abate, to give in, to relent, to cave in, to back down 
publicar  (un libro) - to publish, to divulge, to disclose 
estrenar  (una película) - to use for the first time, to premiere, to open 
sacar  (un disco) - to kick off (in soccer or football), to pull out, to take out, to get, to obtain, to serve (in sports), to get out, to extract, to stick out, to bring out, to pull off, to introduce 
liberación  - liberation, deliverance 
cesión  (de propiedad, etc.) - transfer, assignment 
estreno  (de una película) - debut, premiere 
puesta en venta  (de un disco)
publicación  (de un libro) - publication 
escape  - escape, exhaust (from a vehicle) 
fuga  (de un gas) - flight, escape, fugue, leak 
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