- v.释放( release的过去式和过去分词 ); 放开; 发布; 发行;
The commander and some of the men had been released.
Originally released in 1957, the film was remade as "The Magnificent Seven".
Soldiers took away four people one of whom was later released.
He was jailed in February 1992 and could be released next year.
She was released from prison in a cloak and dagger operation yesterday.
A special remastered version of Casablanca is being released.
Senior politicians connived to ensure that he was not released.
The nine crew on the Boeing 747 were released unharmed.
They kept me chained up every night and released me each day.
Wade released the hand brake and pulled away from the curb.
First released in 1957, the movie now appears in a new print.
She was released from hospital yesterday after having her stomach pumped.
Getting Hollywood's latest films released on laser-disc has also helped.
He just released his hold and toppled slowly backwards.
When will I be released, sir?
The company just released an updated version last week, and it'll be utilized in over 50 undergraduate and graduate classrooms this coming school year.
The report, to be released Friday, analyzed data and existing studies of health, disaster, population and economic trends.
It is estimated that 25% of all methane that released into the atmosphere coming from farm animals.
The British industrialist James Louis, held by kidnappers in Central Africa for the past 8 months, was released unharmed yesterday.
1. set free as from prison or duty