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quick-release

Syllabification: quick-re·lease
Pronunciation: /ˌkwikrəˈlēs
 
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Definition of quick-release in English:

adjective

(Of a device) designed for rapid release: a quick-release button
More example sentences
  • Essential gear includes cross-country skis and a padded nylon waist belt (with quick-release clip) attached by a 12-foot tow-rope to a harness on the animal.
  • If windows or doors in your home have security bars, make sure the bars have quick-release mechanisms so they can be opened easily in case of an emergency.
  • The Duplex system consists of a prefilled PVC -, DEHP -, and latex-free IV bag containing the drug and diluent in different compartments that are separated by a quick-release seal.

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