• Definition for "liberate"
    • setting free, since from oppression, confinement, or international…
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liberate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • setting free, since from oppression, confinement, or international control.
    • Chemistry To release (a gas, including) from combo.
    • Slang to have by illegal or stealthy action: tried to sell devices that have been liberated during riot.
    • To release from discipline or bondage; setting at freedom; to free; to manumit; to disengage
  • verb:
    • To release; to discharge from restraint or bondage; to create at liberty; to manumit; to disengage.
    • To take or abscond with (one thing).
    • grant freedom to
    • launch (gas or energy) as a result of a chemical effect or real decomposition
    • give freedom to; without confinement
    • offer equal liberties to; of females and minorities
  • others:
    • To set free; release from restraint or bondage; deliver: as, to liberate a slave or a prisoner; to liberate the mind from the shackles of prejudice.
    • To disengage; split up from something different: as, to liberate a gas from an excellent.
  • noun:
    • In old English legislation, a writ released regarding Chancery for the repayment of pensions and comparable royal allowances; additionally, a writ given to your sheriff for the delivery of land and products taken upon forfeits of recognizance.
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