Definición de unleash en inglés:

unleash

Saltos de línea: un|leash
Pronunciación: /ʌnˈliːʃ
 
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[with object]
1Release (a dog) from a leash: they dig up badger setts and unleash terriers into them
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Five Dock police arrived shortly after and cordoned off the area before unleashing a sniffer dog.
  • But who's to say that they might have been even better if they'd been unleashed on the free market.
  • By then he and the BBC were refusing to capitulate as Mr Campbell unleashed a ferocious assault.
Sinónimos
let loose, release, free, set free, loose, unloose, unbridle, untie, untether, unchain, unbind, unshackle, unmanacle; discharge, let go of, let fly
1.1Cause (a strong or violent force) to be released or become unrestrained: the failure of the talks could unleash more fighting his comment unleashed a storm of protest in India
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Yet the Iraq war unleashed forces in British politics, too.
  • On the eve of the wars unleashed by Edward I's invasion in 1276, Wales had essentially become divided into three zones.
  • The US state unleashed a decade of witch-hunting against the left, which hit even moderate black lobbying organisations.

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