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release

美 [rɪˈlis]
英 [rɪˈliːs]
  • n.释放;发布;发行;排放
  • v.释放;发布;公布;放松
  • 网络版本;发表;放行
第三人称单数:releases  现在分词:releasing  过去式:released  
release
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v.
释放set sb/sth free
1.
释放;放出;放走to let sb/sth come out of a place where they have been kept or trapped
to release a prisoner/hostage
释放囚犯╱人质
Firefighters took two hours to release the driver from the wreckage.
消防队员花了两个小时将司机从汽车残骸中救出来。
松开stop holding sth
2.
~ sth
放开;松开;使自由移动(或飞翔、降落等)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.
他不肯放开她的胳膊。
10 000 balloons were released at the ceremony.
典礼上放飞了一万个气球。
Intense heat is released in the reaction.
反应过程中产生高热。
情感feelings
3.
~ sth
发泄;宣泄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.
她放声大哭,发泄出全部郁积起来的情感。
免除职责free sb from duty
4.
免除,解除(某人的职责、责任、合同等);解雇to free sb from a duty, responsibility, contract, etc.
The club is releasing some of its older players.
俱乐部正在解聘一些老队员。
The new law released employers from their obligation to recognize unions.
新的法律免除了雇主承认工会的义务。
机器部件part of machine
5.
~ sth
松开;拉开to remove sth from a fixed position, allowing sth else to move or function
to release the clutch/handbrake/switch, etc.
松开离合器、手闸、开关等
使不紧张make less tight
6.
~ sth
使不紧张;使松弛;放松to make sth less tight
You need to release the tension in these shoulder muscles.
你需要放松肩部肌肉。
使可获得make available
7.
~ sth
公开;公布;发布to make sth available to the public
Police have released no further details about the accident.
关于这次事故,警方没有透露更多的细节。
to release a movie/book/CD
发行电影╱书╱ CD
new products released onto the market
投放到市场的新产品
8.
~ sth
开放;放开;解禁to make sth available that had previously been restricted
The new building programme will go ahead as soon as the government releases the funds.
政府一拨付资金,新的建筑项目就动工。
n.
— see also
press release
释放setting sb/sth free
1.
[u][sing]
~ (of sb) (from sth)
释放;获释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.
政府一直在努力争取使人质获释。
She can expect an early release from prison.
她有望早一点出狱。
使可得到making sth available
2.
[u][sing]
公开;发行;发布the act of making sth available to the public
The new software is planned for release in April.
新软件计划四月份发行。
The movie goes on general release(= will be widely shown in cinemas/movie theaters) next week.
这部电影将于下周公开上映。
3.
[c]
新发行的东西;(尤指)新激光唱片,新电影a thing that is made available to the public, especially a new CD or film/movie
the latest new releases
最新发行的产品
气体;化学品of gas/chemical
4.
[u][c]
排放;泄漏;渗漏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
二氧化碳向大气层的排放
to monitor radiation releases
监测辐射的释放
不愉快的感觉from unpleasant feeling
5.
[u][sing]
解脱;轻松感the feeling that you are free from pain, anxiety or some other unpleasant feeling
a sense of release after the exam
考试后的解脱感
I think her death was a merciful release.
我认为她的死是一种幸运的解脱。

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