release
[rɪ'li:s]

verb transitive

[Definition]: set free

[Example Sentences]:
1. The government will release its first look at first quarter growth on April 26.
2. This requirement is supposed to go away with the release of iOS 9.
3. The next scheduled Java security update is set for release by Oracle on June 18.
4. Microsoft also used the occasion to release a native app for Windows 10.
5. Obama plans to release his budget proposals Wednesday for fiscal year 2014.
6. A preview release of the feature is slated for the spring of 2018.
7. Microsoft plans to release the Surface Pro on June 15.
8. The company plans to release more guidance come January 2015.
9. The agency had planned to release its guidance by July 14.
10. The release dates are unknown, but there is a good chance it could well be during 2016.
11. Apple had planned to release results on Monday, April 25.
12. All we know for sure is that it has a tentative release window of Spring 2016.
13. Another important aspect of iPhone OS 3 was the release of the first Apple iPad with iOS 3.2.
14. Previously, Apple only described the release date for the product as sometime in early 2015.
15. Look for an Android release in 2014.


[Antonyms]capture

[Synonyms]absolution, acquit, acquittal, deliver, enfranchise, exempt, immunity, liberate, livery, manumission, manumit, redemption
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