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解放, かいほう

  • kaihō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • release
  • unleashing
  • liberation
  • emancipation
  • setting free


computer terminology

  • deallocation (of computer memory)

Examples of 解放,かいほう in a Sentence

The hostages will be released.
His words delivered her from her anxiety.
He goes on duty at 9 a.m. and come off duty at 6 p.m.
Cleanse me! Release me! Set me free!
All the hostages were released unharmed.
The hostages will be released before Christmas.
Sooner or later, the hostages will be set free.
The king ordered that the prisoner should be set free.
Lincoln set the slaves free.
Lincoln ordered that all the slaves in the country should be set free.

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