- v.释放( loose的过去式和过去分词 ); 不受约束地表达; 松开; 射出（子弹、箭等）;
He loosed off two shots at the oncoming car.
He trained his gun down and loosed a brief burst.
He gave a grunt and loosed his grip on the rifle.
The guards loosed his arms.
He loosed the dog.
The wine loosed his tongue.
He loosed the ropes that bound the prisoner, thus allowing him to jump up and escape.
I loosed off my last arrow, I prayed that the deer would fall.
They loosed the covert fear that Croft would be watching them.
The guard loosed the dogs when the burglar alarm went off.
She loosed the bird from the cage.
When it is loosed, the unchanged inner strength will drag you normal.
Playing war games, Tom suddenly loosed off a terrible shout.
Playing war games, the child suddenly loosed off a terrible shout.
The dogs were loosed by him, but we have no proof.