- set (someone) free from imprisonment, slavery, or oppression；free (a place or people) from enemy occupation
verb: liberate, 3rd person present: liberates, gerund or present participle: liberating, past tense: liberated, past participle: liberated
- 1. set (someone) free from imprisonment, slavery, or oppression the serfs had been liberated
- ▪ free (a place or people) from enemy occupation twelve months earlier Paris had been liberated
- ▪ release (someone) from a situation which limits freedom of thought or behaviour she is liberated from the constraints of an unhappy marriage
- ▪ free (someone) from social conventions, especially those concerned with accepted sexual roles ways of working politically that liberate women
- 2. release (gas, energy, etc.) as a result of chemical reaction or physical decomposition the energy liberated by the annihilation of matter is huge
- 3. informal steal (something) the drummer's wearing a beret he's liberated from Lord knows where
Liberating the leadership 解放/鞏固 領導(幹部) (讓她們放心幹事) Liberated to lead (因為)被解放了而可以放心幹事的 (adj) 不被綁手綁腳的
...light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we're liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others...
... good to hear, to sing the songs that can relax people, let the people liberate from the pressure of ordinary working. Whenever I get in a fret...