Romanian English Dictionary

limba română - English

eliberare in English:

1. release release


We caught three big fish, but we're going to release them back into the water rather than take them home.
The cones of the jack pine, for example, do not readily open to release their seeds until they have been subjected to great heat.
What a release!
When you practise extreme sports your brain releases endorphins.
It's very unlikely that we will release a new album before next winter.
When Netflix decided to release the entire 13-episode first season of a TV series in one go; it reminded viewers to watch responsibly.
If we send all of them to landfill sites; over 130;000 kilos of lead will be released into the soil.
We arrested him a couple days ago but clever lawyer got him released.
Phosphorus provides nourishment for cyanobacteria (blue algae) which multiply and release toxins.
Cleanse me! Release me! Set me free!
We'll release the final agenda on the morning of Monday, January 20, so please reply quickly.
It is rather ridiculous that, in some countries, a person cannot even release their own work into the public domain.
Let your friends choose from our huge range of new releases and all-time classics, films and video games!
Firefighters took two hours to release the driver from the wreckage. Six hostages were released shortly before midday.
In the event that asbestos-covered mesh is found, ensure its safety by damping the asbestos portion to prevent dust release and wrapping in a plastic bag.