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1. absolve


Sinonimi: justify | free

1. To let off the hook; SYN. justify, free.
2. To free of guilt, as by religious absolution.

2. affranchise


Sinonimi: enfranchise

ETYM French affranchir; Latin ad + franc free. Related to Franchise and Frank.
To grant freedom to; as from slavery or servitude; SYN. enfranchise.
To free from slavery or similar obligation.
Liberate from servitude, debt etc.

3. assoil


To absolve or pardon; archaic.
To absolve; to acquit.

4. assoilize


5. buy out


1. To purchase the entire stock in trade and the good will of a business.
2. To purchase the share or shares of in a stock, fund, or partnership, by which the seller is separated from the company, and the purchaser takes his place
3. To buy off, or detach from.

6. cast loose


7. cast off


1. To discard or reject; to drive away; to put off; to free one's self from.
2. (Nautical) To untie, throw off, or let go, as a rope.

8. debarrass


to disembarrass; disentangle; free
v.t. disembarrass.

9. deliver


Sinonimi: redeem | save

1. To bring to a destination, make a delivery.
2. To present; to give forth.
3. To give birth to.
4. To utter (an exclamation, noise, etc.).
5. To free from sins, as in religious dogma; SYN. redeem, save.

10. devest



11. disband


Sinonimi: dissolve

1. To cause to break up or function, as of groups and organizations.
2. To stop functioning, as of organizations or groups; SYN. dissolve.

12. discharge


Sinonimi: expel | eject | release | muster out

1. To eliminate, as of bodily substances; SYN. expel, eject, release.
2. To pour forth or release; esp. of liquids.
3. To release from military service; SYN. muster out.
4. To remove the charge from.
5. To fire a weapon.

13. discuss


Sinonimi: talk over

To speak with others about (something); talk (something) over in detail; have a discussion; SYN. talk over.

14. disembarrass


To free (as oneself) from something troublesome or superfluous.

15. disenfranchise


Sinonimi: disfranchise

To deprive of voting rights; SYN. disfranchise.

16. disengage


Sinonimi: withdraw

1. To become free; as of gears, for example.
2. To release from something that holds fast. connects, or entangles; SYN. withdraw.

17. disimmure


To liberate; to release from walls.

18. dismiss


Sinonimi: disregard | brush aside | brush off | discount | push aside | ignore | throw out | usher out | send packing | send away | drop

1. To bar from attention or consideration; SYN. disregard, brush aside, brush off, discount, push aside, ignore.
2. To cease to consider; put out of judicial consideration; SYN. throw out.
3. To end one's encounter with somebody by causing or permitting the person to leave; SYN. usher out.
4. To stop associating with; SYN. send packing, send away, drop.

19. disoccupy


20. divest


1. To deprive of status or authority.
2. To take away one's investment.

21. emancipate


Sinonimi: liberate

To give equal rights to; of women and minorities; SYN. liberate.

22. endenizen


23. enfranch


24. enfranchise


Sinonimi: enfranchize

To grant voting rights; SYN. enfranchize.

25. excuse


Sinonimi: condone | relieve | let off | exempt | explain | pardon | beg off

1. To make an excuse or make allowances for; be lenient with; SYN. condone.
2. To grant exemption or release to; SYN. relieve, let off, exempt.
3. To serve as an excuse for; SYN. explain.
4. To accept an excuse for; SYN. pardon.
5. To ask for permission to be released from an engagement; SYN. beg off.

26. exempt


Sinonimi: relieve | free

To grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to; SYN. relieve, free.

27. extricate


Sinonimi: untangle | disentangle | disencumber

To release from entanglement of difficulty; SYN. untangle, disentangle, disencumber.

28. free


Sinonimi: discharge | disengage | liberate | release | unloose | loose | release

1. To free from obligations or duties; SYN. discharge.
2. To free or remove obstruction from; SYN. disengage.
3. To grant freedom to; free from confinement; SYN. liberate, release, unloose, loose.
4. To make available or free for sale or publication; SYN. release.

29. infranchise


30. let go


To be relaxed

31. let loose


To remove restraint from; to permit to wander at large.

32. liberate


Sinonimi: set free

To grant freedom to; SYN. set free.

33. librar


34. loosen


Sinonimi: relax | loose

1. To become loose or looser; SYN. relax.
2. To make less dense.
3. To make loose or looser; SYN. loose.

35. parole


To release a criminal from detention and place him on parole

36. redeem


Sinonimi: pay off

1. To convert into cash; of commercial papers.
2. To pay off, as of loans or promissory notes; SYN. pay off.
3. To buy back; repurchase; to get or win back
4. To free from what distresses or harms: as to free from captivity by payment of ransom
5. To change for the better; reform
6. Repair, restore
7. To free from a lien by payment of an amount secured thereby
8. To atone for; expiate; to offset the bad effect of; to make worthwhile; retrieve

37. release


Sinonimi: relinquish | free | give up

ETYM Pref. re + lease to let.
To part with; SYN. relinquish, free, give up.

38. relieve


Sinonimi: deliver | alleviate | palliate | assuage

1. To free from a burden, evil, or distress; SYN. deliver.
2. To provide physical relief, as from pain; SYN. alleviate, palliate, assuage.
3. To take by stealing

39. remove


Sinonimi: take | take away | transfer

1. To remove from a position or an office.
2. To remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, taking off, etc.; or remove something abstract; SYN. take, take away.
3. To shift the position or location of, as for business, legal, educational, or military purposes; SYN. transfer.

40. rescue


Sinonimi: deliver

1. To free from harm or evil; SYN. deliver.
2. To take forcibly from legal custody, as of prisoners.

41. rid


(Irregular preterit, past participle: rid).
To relieve from; SYN. free, disembarrass.

42. set free


43. settle


Sinonimi: take root | steady down | settle down | halt | get back | square off | square up | determine | settle down | locate | relocate

1. To accept despite complete satisfaction
2. To arrange or fix in the desired order
3. To become resolved, fixed, established, or quiet
4. To become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style; SYN. take root, steady down, settle down.
5. To cause to settle, as of liquids.
6. To come to rest; SYN. halt.
7. To dispose of; make a financial settlement.
8. To end a legal dispute by arriving at a settlement
9. To establish or develop as a residence:
10. To form a community
11. To get one's revenge for a wrong or an injury; SYN. get back.
12. To settle conclusively; come to terms; SYN. square off, square up, determine.
13. To settle into a position; SYN. settle down.
14. To take up residence and become established; SYN. locate, relocate.

44. unbend


1. To free from flexure, as of a bow.
2. To release from mental strain, tension, or formality
3. To unfasten, as a sail, from a spar or a stay.

45. unbind


To untie or unfasten

46. unchain


1. To make free.
2. To remove the chains from.

47. unloose


To loosen the ties of.

48. vacantness


49. vacate


Sinonimi: empty | abandon | renounce | resign | give up

1. To leave behind empty; move out of; SYN. empty, abandon.
2. To leave voluntarily; of a job, post or position; SYN. renounce, resign, give up.

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