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  1. release

    • IPA[rəˈlēs]

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    • v.
      allow or enable to escape from confinement; set free;allow (something) to move, act, or flow freely
    • n.
      the action or process of releasing or being released;a handle or catch that releases part of a mechanism.
    • verb: release, 3rd person present: releases, gerund or present participle: releasing, past tense: released, past participle: released

    • noun: release, plural noun: releases

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    • adj.
      relating to or denoting a record, film, or other product that has not yet been generally released: a pre-release version of the software
    • n.
      a film, record, or other product given restricted availability before being generally released.

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    • n.
      an official statement issued to newspapers giving information on a particular matter.

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    • n.
      a substance applied to a surface, typically the surface of a mould or container, to prevent ...

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    • n.
      a device on a typewriter allowing a word to be typed beyond the margin normally set.

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    • n.
      a function or lever which enables the carriage on a manual or electric typewriter to move ...

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    • adj.
      denoting a drug preparation in a capsule containing numerous tiny pellets with different ...

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    • adj.
      (of a device) designed for rapid release: a quick-release button

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    • n.
      a cable attached to the shutter release of a camera, allowing the photographer to open the ...

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    • IPA[rɪˈliːs]

    英式

    • v.
      allow or enable to escape from confinement; set free: an official confirmed the prisoners would be released
    • n.
      the action or process of releasing or being released: a campaign by the prisoner's mother resulted in his release

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