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    lib·er·ate
    [ˈlibəˌrāt]
    verb
    liberate (verb) · liberates (third person present) · liberated (past tense) · liberated (past participle) · liberating (present participle)
    1. set (someone) free from a situation, especially imprisonment or slavery, in which their liberty is severely restricted:
      "the serfs had been liberated"
      • free (a country, city, or people) from enemy occupation:
        "twelve months earlier Paris had been liberated"
      • release (someone) from a state or situation that limits freedom of thought or behavior:
        "the use of computers can liberate students from the constraints of disabilities"
      • free (someone) from rigid social conventions, especially those concerned with accepted sexual roles:
        "ways of working politically that liberate women"
      • informal
        steal (something):
        "the drummer's wearing a beret he's liberated from Lord knows where"
      • chemistry
        physics
        release (gas, energy, etc.) as a result of chemical reaction or physical decomposition:
        "energy liberated by the annihilation of matter"
    Origin
    late 16th century (as adjective): from Latin liberat- ‘freed’, from the verb liberare, from liber ‘free’.
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    verb
    1. set (someone) free from a situation, especially imprisonment or slavery, in which their liberty is severely restricted:
     
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  3. The meaning of LIBERATE is to set at liberty : free; specifically : to free (something, such as a country) from domination by a foreign power.
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    verb (used with object), lib·er·at·ed, lib·er·at·ing. to set free, as from imprisonment or bondage.
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    liberate somebody/something (from somebody/something) to free a country or a person from the control of someone else The city was liberated by the advancing army.
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