English - Vietnamese Dictionary
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- danh từ
- sự giải thoát, sự thoát khỏi (điều lo lắng, sầu muộn, bệnh tật...)
- sự thả, sự phóng thích
- a release of war prisoners: sự phóng thích tù binh
- sự phát hành (cuốn sách, bản tin); sự đưa ra bàn (một loại ô tô mới...)
- giấy biên lai, giấy biên nhận
- (pháp lý) sự nhượng lại; giấy nhượng lại
- (vật lý) sự tách ra, sự nhả ra, sự giải phóng
- energy release: sự giải phóng năng lượng
- (kỹ thuật) sự cắt, sự tháo ra
- (quân sự) sự ném, sự thả, sự cắt (bom); sự mở (dù)
- sự giải ngũ, sự phục viên
- (hoá học) sự bay ra, sự thoát ra (hơi)
- ngoại động từ
- làm nhẹ, làm bớt, làm thoát khỏi (đau đớn, sầu muộn, bệnh tật...)
- tha, thả, phóng thích
- to release a prisoner: tha một người tù
- miễn, tha (nợ...), giải thoát
- to release a debt: miễn cho một món nợ
- to release someone from his promise: giải ước cho ai
- phát hành (cuốn phim, bản tin...); đăng (tin); đưa ra bán (một loại ô tô mới...)
- to release a new film: phát hành một cuốn phim mới
- (kỹ thuật) nhả khớp, tháo ra, tách ra, cắt mạch
- to release the brake: nhả phanh
- (quân sự) ném, thả, cắt (bom); mở (dù)
- (quân sự) cho giải ngũ, cho phục viên
- (hoá học) làm bay ra, làm thoát ra (hơi)
+merchandise issued for sale or public showing (especially a record or film)
+the act of liberating someone or something
+a process that liberates or discharges something
+an announcement distributed to members of the press in order to supplement or replace an oral presentation
+the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
+euphemistic expressions for death
+a legal document evidencing the discharge of a debt or obligation
+a device that when pressed will release part of a mechanism
+activity that frees or expresses creative energy or emotion
+the act of allowing a fluid to escape
+a formal written statement of relinquishment
+(music) the act or manner of terminating a musical phrase or tone
+release, as from one's grip
+grant freedom to; free from confinement
+let (something) fall or spill a container
+eliminate (substances) from the body
+prepare and issue for public distribution or sale
+generate and separate from cells or bodily fluids
+make (information) available publication
+part with a possession or right
+make (assets) available
Advanced English Dictionary
1 let go, (set) free, liberate, (set or let or turn) loose, unloose, untie, unchain, unfetter, unshackle, deliver, let out, disenthral, discharge, let off, emancipate, manumit, rescue, save:
They kept up a strenuous campaign until all the political prisoners were released
2 issue, publish, make available, put out, pass out, hand out, come out with, circulate, distribute, disseminate; launch, unveil, present:
The government refuses to release information that is considered harmful to its interests. The band's new album will be released tomorrow.
3 freeing, releasing, liberating, loosing, unloosing, delivering, emancipating, manumitting, rescuing, saving, freedom, liberation, deliverance, discharge, emancipation, manumission, rescue, remission, salvation:
The release of the prisoner is scheduled for noon. It would be a great release to be rid of housework
4 press or publicity release, announcement, publicity, notice, story, report:
The press office sent out a release to the media about Randolph's appointment.
verb, nounCollocation Dictionary
+ verb [VN]
set sb / sth free
1 ~ sb/sth (from sth) to let sb/sth come out of a place where they have been kept or trapped: to release a prisoner / hostage + Firefighters took two hours to release the driver from the wreckage. + (figurative) Death released him from his suffering.
stop holding sth
2 to stop holding sth or stop it from being held so that it can move, fly, fall, etc. freely: He refused to release her arm. + 10 000 balloons were released at the ceremony. + Intense heat is released in the reaction.
3 to express feelings such as anger or worry in order to get rid of them: She burst into tears, releasing all her pent-up emotions.
free sb from duty
4 ~ sb (from sth) to free sb from a duty, responsibility, contract, etc: The club is releasing some of its older players. + The new law released employers from their obligation to recognize unions.
part of machine
5 to remove sth from a fixed position, allowing sth else to move or function: to release the clutch / handbrake / switch
make less tight
6 to make sth less tight: You need to release the tension in these shoulder muscles.
7 to make sth available to the public: Police have released no further details about the accident. + to release a movie / book / CD + new products released onto the market
8 to make sth available that had previously been restricted: The new building programme will go ahead as soon as the government releases the funds.
setting sb / sth free
1 [U, sing.] ~ (of sb) (from sth) the act of setting a person or an animal free; the state of being set free: The government has been working to secure the release of the hostages. + She can expect an early release from prison.
making sth available
2 [U, sing.] the act of making sth available to the public: The new software is planned for release in April. + The movie goes on general release (= will be widely shown in cinemas / movie theaters) next week.
3 [C] a thing that is made available to the public, especially a new CD or film/movie: the latest new releases
of gas / chemical
4 [U, C] the act of letting a gas, chemical, etc. come out of the container where it has been safely held: the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere + to monitor radiation releases
from unpleasant feeling
5 [U, sing.] the feeling that you are free from pain, anxiety or some other unpleasant feeling: a sense of release after the exam + I think her death was a merciful release. + It's just a release of tension.
See also - PRESS RELEASE
1 freeing sb from prison, etc.
There have been calls for his immediate and unconditional release.
| imminent | early | unconditional
VERB + RELEASE
He was granted early release.
A public outcry secured her release from detention.
RELEASE + NOUN
his release from hospital
release on bail/parole
2 freeing sb from an emotion, a pain, etc.
She saw death as a welcome release from pain.
VERB + RELEASE
Crying gave some emotional release.
a feeling/sense of release, a release of tension
All societies have social mechanisms for the release of tension.
3 book/film/record/piece of news
latest, new, recent | commercial | book, CD, film's, news, press, record, video
RELEASE + VERB
The new CD releases will be out on Friday. verb
1 allow sb to be free
quickly | immediately | eventually, finally | conditionally, unconditionally
She was released from prison last week.
2 allow sth to escape
The factory had accidentally released a quantity of toxic waste into the sea.
the gases that are released from aerosols
How much radiation was released into the air?
3 make sth less tight
She laughed, the tension inside her suddenly released.
4 make sth available
Figures to be officially released this week reveal that long-term unemployment is still rising.
VERB + RELEASE
Police have refused to release the name of the dead man.
Details of the attack have not yet been released to the public.
newly released recordings
| originally/previously released
The album was originally released in 1974.
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