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  1. release

    • IPA[rɪˈliːs]

    英式

    • 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.
    • noun: release, plural noun: releases

    • verb: release, 3rd person present: releases, gerund or present participle: releasing, past tense: released, past participle: released

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    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. allow or enable to escape from confinement; set free:

      the government announced that the prisoners would be released

    • 2. allow (something) to move, act, or flow freely:

      she released his arm and pushed him aside

      growth hormone is released into the blood during sleep

    • 3. remove restrictions or obligations from (someone or something) so that they become available for other activity:

      the strategy would release forces for service in other areas

    • 4. remove (part of a machine or appliance) from a fixed position, allowing something else to move or function:

      he released the handbrake

    • 5. allow (something) to return to its resting position by ceasing to put pressure on it:

      press the cap down and release

    • 6. allow (information) to be generally available:

      no details about the talks were released

    • 7. make (a film, recording, or other product) available to the public:

      they released a flurry of great singles

    • 8. remit or discharge (a debt):

      the amounts which later become due are consequent on the debt that is being released

    • 9. surrender (a right):

      a parent released and assigned a right to income

    • 10. make over (property or money) to another:

      compensation for the cost of rebuilding is only released when work begins

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the action or process of releasing or being released:

      a campaign by the prisoner's mother resulted in his release

    • 2. a handle or catch that releases part of a mechanism.
    • 3. the action of making a film, recording, or other product available to the public:

      the movie will be on release from Christmas

    • 4. a film or other product made available to the public:

      his current album release has topped the charts for six months

    • 5. the action of releasing property, money, or a right to another.
    • 6. a document effecting a release of property, money, etc.
    • 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. the use of financial arrangements which provide the owner of a house or other property with funds derived from the value of their property while enabling them to continue using it:

    • boosting your capital or income through equity release may mean you lose some or all of your state benefits

      equity release schemes

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    • adj. denoting a drug preparation in a capsule containing numerous tiny pellets with different coatings that release their contents steadily over a long period.

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

    • a quick-release button

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

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

    • a quick-release button

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    • n. the use of financial arrangements that provide the owner of a house or other property with funds derived from the value of the property while enabling them to continue using it:

    • boosting your capital or income through equity release may mean you lose some or all of your state benefits

      equity release schemes

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    • n. a cable attached to the shutter release of a camera, allowing the photographer to open the shutter without touching or moving the camera.

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    • IPA[rəˈlēs]

    美式

    • v.
      allow or enable to escape from confinement; set free:
    • the government announced that 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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  2. 知識+

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