|vapauttaa englanniksi||liberalize fi, absolve fi, loosen fi, spring fi, free fi, enfranchise fi, manumit fi, sanctify fi, discharge fi, purge fi, rescue fi, deliver fi, acquit fi, redeem fi, unchain fi, except fi, liberate fi, release fi, relieve fi, rid fi, exempt fi, outright fi, break the ice fi, privilege fi|
: You will absolve a subject from his allegiance.
*: and the work begun, how soon absolv’d,
: to loosen a knot
: After the Thanksgiving meal, Bill loosened his belt.
*: After a years rooting, then shaking doth the tree good by loosening of the earth.
*: It loosens his hands, and assists his understanding.
: rfquotek|Francis Bacon
*: The mountain stag that springs / From height to height, and bounds along the plains.
*: She was awakened by a shock, so sudden and severe that if Dorothy had not been lying on the soft bed she might have been hurt. As it was, the jar made her catch her breath and wonder what had happened; and Toto put his cold little nose into her face and whined dismally. Dorothy sat up and noticed that the house was not moving; nor was it dark, for the bright sunshine came in at the window, flooding the little room. She sprang from her bed and with Toto at her heels ran and opened the door.
*: Not thirty paces behind the two she crouched—Sabor, the huge lioness—lashing her tail. Cautiously she moved a great padded paw forward, noiselessly placing it before she lifted the next. Thus she advanced; her belly low, almost touching the surface of the ground — a great cat preparing to spring upon its prey.
*: Archer and Jacob jumped up from behind the mound where they had been crouching with the intention of springing upon their mother unexpectedly, and they all began to walk slowly home.
: ux|en|He sprang up from his seat.
: to spring over a fence (in this sense, the verb spring must be accompanied by the preposition over.)
*: She starts, and leaves her bed, amd springs a light.
*: The friends to the cause sprang a new project.
*: North Korea loves to spring surprises. More unusual is for its US foe to play along.
: ux|en|Trees are already springing up in the plantation.
*: watchful as fowlers when their game will spring
: to spring a pheasant
: to spring a mast or a yard
: to spring in a slat or a bar
*: And sudden light / Sprung through the vaulted roof.
: A bow, when bent, springs back by its elastic power.
: A piece of timber, or a plank, sometimes springs in seasoning.
*: to satisfy the desolate and waste ground, and to cause the bud of the tender herb to spring forth
*: Do not blast my springing hopes.
*: O, spring to light; auspicious Babe, be born.
*: [They found] new hope to spring / Out of despair, joy, but with fear yet linked.
*: What makes all this, but Jupiter the king, / At whose command we perish, and we spring?
: They sprung an arch over the lintel.
*: I do not know how John and his mistress would have settled the fate of the thief, but just at this moment a policeman entered — for the cook had sprung the rattle, and had been screaming "Murder" and "Thieves."
*: The prisoner, with a spring, from prison broke.
: Spring is the time of the year most species reproduce.
: I spent my spring holidays in Morocco.
: You can visit me in the spring, when the weather is bearable.
: This water is bottled from the spring of the river.
: the spring of a bow
*: Heavens! what a spring was in his arm!
: We jumped so hard the bed springs broke.
*: ... discover, at least in some degree, the secret springs and principles, by which the human mind is actuated in its operations?
*: All my springs are in thee.
*: A secret spring of spiritual joy.
*: Our author shuns by vulgar springs to move / The heros glory, or the virgins love.
: rfquotek|Beaumont and Fletcher
*: The spring of the day.
*: O how this spring of love resembleth / The uncertain glory of an April day.
: You should put a couple of springs onto the jetty to stop the boat moving so much.
: ux|en|He was given free rein to do whatever he wanted.
: ux|en|a free man
*: He was free only with a few.
: ux|en|Hes very free with his money.
*: My hands are guilty, but my heart is free.
: ux|en|free time
: ux|en|a free school
*: Why, sir, I pray, are not the streets as free / For me as for you?
: ux|en|This is a free country.
: ux|en|OpenOffice is [[free software|free software]].
: ux|en|The government provides free health care.
: ux|en|Buy a TV to get a free DVD player!
: ux|en|the free group on three generators
: ux|en| is the free variable in .
: ux|en|the drain was free
: ux|en|a free radical
: ux|en|You can sit on this chair; its free.
: ux|en|In this group of mushrooms, the gills are free.
*: Furthermore, the free anterior margin of the lobule is arched toward the lobe and is often involute...
: ux|en|We had a wholesome, filling meal, free of meat. I would like to live free from care in the mountains.
*: princes declaring themselves free from the obligations of their treaties
: ux|en|a free horse
*: He therefore makes all birds, of every sect, / Free of his farm.
: ux|en|free service; free socage
: ux|en|a free fishery; a free warren
: I got this bike free.
*: I as free forgive you / As I would be forgiven.
*: Whether deserved or not, the free gave Cresswell the chance to cover himself in glory with a shot on goal after the siren.
*: Ruth wept much but Sara set her beauty to a fierce grimness which, even when, as you shall hear later, she was manumitted, she never entirely lost.
*: And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made.
*: And such were some of you: but ye are washed, but ye are sanctified, but ye are justified in the name of the Lord Jesus, and by the Spirit of our God.
*: Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it; That he might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water by the word.
*: For every creature of God is good, and nothing to be refused, if it be received with thanksgiving: For it is sanctified by the word of God and prayer.
*: O most dear mistress, / The sun will set before I shall discharge / What I must strive to do.
*: Discharged of business, void of strife.
*: In one mans fault discharge another man of his duty.
*: If he had / The present money to discharge the Jew.
*: The order for Dalys attendance was discharged.
*: Feeling in other cases discharges itself in indirect muscular actions.
*: They do discharge their shot of courtesy.
*: Discharge the common sort / With pay and thanks.
*: Grindal ... was discharged the government of his see.
: to discharge a prisoner
*: The galleys also did oftentimes, out of their prows, discharge their great pieces against the city.
*: I ran forward, discharging my pistol into the creatures body in an effort to force it to relinquish its prey; but I might as profitably have shot at the sun.
: to discharge a cargo
: A pipe discharges water.
: He discharged a horrible oath.
: to discharge the colour from a dyed fabric in order to form light figures on a dark background
: rfquotek|Sir Walter Scott
*: Whereof whats past is prologue, what to come / In yours and my discharge.
: Stalin liked to ensure that his purges were not reversible.
*: Purge away our sins, for thy names sake.
*: Well join our cares to purge away / Our countrys crimes.
: The well-trained team rescued everyone after the avalanche.
: to rescue a prisoner from the enemy.
: Traditionally missionaries aim to rescue many ignorant heathen souls.
*: Jews rescued some normalcy from increasingly difficult times by assuaging their constant Angst in the family and community and making do with less.
*: Over the course of the season, on 15 occasions the team had rescued a draw or better after falling behind, such that even against Juventus, there was an air of inevitability about the comeback.
: The rescue of Jerusalem was the original motive of the Crusaders
: The dog proved a rescue with some behavior issues.
: ux|en|deliver a captive from the prison
: ux|en|the doctor delivered the baby
: ux|en|the duchess was delivered of a son
: ux|en|the doctor is expected to deliver her of a daughter tomorrow
*: She was delivered safe and soon.
: ux|en|she delivered a baby boy yesterday
*: Tully was long ere he could be delivered of a few verses, and those poor ones.
: ux|en|deliver a package; deliver the mail
: ux|en|deliver the thief to the police
*: Thou shalt deliver Pharaohs cup into his hand.
*: The constables have delivered her over.
*: The exalted mind / All sense of woe delivers to the wind.
: ux|en|deliver a speech
: ux|en|to deliver a blow
*: shaking his head and delivering some show of tears
*: An uninstructed bowler ... thinks to attain the jack by delivering his bowl straight forward.
*: Ill deliver myself your loyal servant.
: rfquotek|Francis Bacon
: The jury acquitted the prisoner of the charge.
*: His poverty, can you acquit him of that?
*: If he [Bacon] was convicted, it was because it was impossible to acquit him without offering the grossest outrage to justice and common sense.
*: Till life to death acquit my forced offence.
*: ‘Aquyte him wel, for goddes love,’ quod he;
*: Midst foes (as champion of the faith) he ment / That palme or cypress should his painees acquite.
*: I admit it to be not so much the duty as the privilege of an American citizen to acquit this obligation to the memory of his fathers with discretion and generosity.
*: We see young men who owe us a new world, so readily and lavishly they promise, but they never acquit the debt; they die young and dodge the account: or if they live, they lose themselves in the crowd.
*: Pray God he may acquit him of suspicion!
: The soldier acquitted himself well in battle.
: The orator acquitted himself very poorly.
*: Van Gaal responded by replacing Adnan Januzaj with Carrick and, in fairness, the emergency centre-half did exceedingly well given that he has not played since May. McNair also acquitted himself well after Rojo was injured sliding into a challenge with Martín Demichelis
*: Though this was one of the first mercantile transactions of my life, yet I had no doubt about acquitting myself with reputation.
*: Till I have acquit your captive Knight.
*: I am glad I am so acquit of this tinder box.
*: But this [ban on circumcision] must have been a provocation, as the emperor Antoninus Pius later acknowledged by excepting the Jews.
: to except to a witness or his testimony
*: Except thou wilt except against my love.
*: Yea, but methinks I hear some man except at these words […].
*: The Athenians might fairly except against the practise of Democritus to be buried up in honey; as fearing to [[embezzle]] a great commodity of their Countrey
*: he was a great lover of music, and perhaps, had he lived in town, might have passed for a connoisseur; for he always excepted against the finest compositions of Mr Handel.
: ux|en|There was nothing in the cupboard except a tin of beans.
: ux|en|You look a bit like my sister, except she has longer hair. I never made fun of her except teasingly.
*: "I dont want to spoil any comparison you are going to make," said Jim, "but I was at Winchester and New College." ¶ "That will do," said Mackenzie. "I was dragged up at the workhouse school till I was twelve. Then I ran away and sold papers in the streets, and anything else that I could pick up a few coppers by—except steal.nb...."
*: And they sayde: We have no moo but five loves and two fisshes, except we shulde goo and bye meate for all this people.
*: Offensive wars, except the cause be very just, I will not allow of.
: to liberate a slave or prisoner
: to liberate the mind from prejudice
: to liberate gases
: The neighbors garden gnome is so ugly, Im tempted to liberate it for them.
: ux|en|The video store advertised that it had all the latest releases.
: ux|en|They marked the occasion with a release of butterflies.
: ux|en|He released his grasp on the lever.
: ux|en|They released the new product later than intended.
: ux|en|He was released after two years in prison.
: ux|en|They released thousands of gallons of water into the river each month.
: ux|en|If you continue to use abusive language, I will need to release the call.
: to release an ordinance
: ux|en|I was greatly relieved by the jurys verdict.
: This shall not relieve either Party of any obligations.
*: The henna should be deeply dyed to make / The skin relieved appear more fairly fair [...].
*: The night whose sable breast relieves the stark / White stars is no less lovely being dark
*: Ye shall find an ass tied, and a colt with her; loose them, and bring them unto me.
*: Now when Paul and his company loosed from Paphos, they came to Perga in Pamphylia: and John departing from them returned to Jerusalem.
: This wheelbarrow has a loose wheel.
: You can buy apples in a pack, but they are cheaper loose.
: The dog is loose again.
*: Now I stand / Loose of my vow; but who knows Catos thoughts?
: I wear loose clothes when it is hot.
: It is difficult walking on loose gravel.
: a cloth of loose texture
*: with horse and chariots ranked in loose array
: She danced with a loose flowing movement.
: a loose way of reasoning
*: The comparison employed ... must be considered rather as a loose analogy than as an exact scientific explanation.
: Loose talk costs lives.
*: In all these he was much and deeply read; / But not a page of any thing thats loose, / Or hints continuation of the species, / Was ever sufferd, lest he should grow vicious.
*: loose ladies in delight
*: the loose morality which he had learned
: He caught an elbow going after a loose ball.
: The puck was momentarily loose right in front of the net.
: rfquotek|John Locke
*: The defeat will leave manager Martin Johnson under pressure after his gamble of pairing Jonny Wilkinson and Toby Flood at 10 and 12 failed to ignite the England back line, while his forwards were repeatedly second best at the set-piece and in the loose.
*: Vent all its griefs, and give a loose to sorrow.
: rfquotek|Ben Jonson
: Im going to loose this game.
: I’m glad to be rid of that stupid nickname.
: Were trying to rid the world of poverty.
: 1170, King Henry II (offhand remark) — "Will no one rid me of this troublesome priest?"
*: All the billions in the world and Manchester City still cannot rid themselves of the most persistent thorn in their side.
*: He rid to the end of the village, where he alighted.
: In their country all women are exempt from military service.
: His income is so small that it is exempt from tax.
*: Tis laid on all, not any one exempt.
*: corrupted, and exempt from ancient gentry
*: with this he slipped through the exempts quite unsuspected, and bade adieu to the Lazarists and his honest father […].
: I refute those allegations outright.
: I have just responded outright to that question.
: Two people died outright and one more later.
: I have bought the house outright.
: That was an outright stupid thing to say.
: I demand an outright apology.
: We achieved outright domination.
: Truths, half truths and outright lies.
: With little effort they found dozens of outright lies.
: He found a pattern of non-transparency and outright deception.
*: According to the general rules for Eurosystem monetary policy instruments and procedures, the outright purchase and sale of securities on the market (outright transactions) are among the standard open market operations used within the Eurosystem’s monetary policy framework.
: I made an outright purchase of the house.
: They dont seek outright independence, but rather greater autonomy.
: Including a few fun details in large group introductions can be a great way to break the ice.
: All first-year professors here must teach four courses a term, yet youre only teaching one! What entitled you to such a privilege?
*: I had the privilege to sit near him in the House for a small part of his Commons service and there was an additional device provided to aid his participation in debates.
*: He is worthy to lesen his priuilege that mysvseth the myght and the power that is yeuen hym.
*: In that community where no one was on the make, where there was a shortage of everything but no privilege and no boot-licking, one got, perhaps, a crude forecast of what the opening stages of Socialism might be like.
*: South Africas miracle transition has not put an end to white privilege.
*: Dr Grigori Loutchansky is – according to a congressman speaking under congressional privilege – a "purported Russian mob figure".
: Your honor, my client is not required to answer that; her response is protected by attorney-client privilege.