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Translation of liberar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: liberarse verbo pronominal

  • liberarse de algointentó liberarse de las ataduras
    she attempted to get free of o to free herself from the ropes
    es incapaz de liberarse de los prejuicios
    he's unable to rid himself of o get rid of his prejudices
    para liberarse de las deudas
    to free themselves of o from the burden of their debts
Example sentences
  • Y todo esto ocurre gracias a que el gobierno lo liberó.
  • Te liberas de una obligación que te tenía muy nervioso (a).
  • Aqui un soldado mas dispuesto a liberar al pueblo Ecuatoriano.

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