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The meaning of Unleash

Unleash – definition

verb

Release (a dog) from a leash.

Usage examples:

They dig up badger setts and unleash terriers into them
verb

To let happen or begin something powerful that, once begun, cannot be controlled

Usage examples:

The vice president unleashed a furious attack on leading democratic representatives in congress.

Unleash translation into English

Unleash: translate from English into Chinese

Translate unleash into Chinese (Simplified)}
发挥, 发动, 放开

Unleash: translate from English into Dutch

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Ontketenen

Unleash: translate from English into French

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Libérer, Débrider, Détacher

Unleash: translate from English into German

Translate unleash into German}
Entfesseln, Auslösen, Loslassen

Unleash: translate from English into Hindi

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दिलाने, शुरू करना, खोल देना, खोलना

Unleash: translate from English into Italian

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Scatenare, Sguinzagliare

Unleash: translate from English into Korean

Translate unleash into Korean}
풀다, ...의 가죽끈을 끄르다, ...의 가죽끈을 풀다

Unleash: translate from English into Russian

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Дать волю, Развязать, Спускать с привязи, Давать волю

Unleash: translate from English into Spanish

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Desatraillar

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