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Adjective
/ˈlibəˌrātid/,
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(of a person) Showing freedom from social conventions or traditional ideas, esp. with regard to sexual roles,
  1. (of a person) Showing freedom from social conventions or traditional ideas, esp. with regard to sexual roles
    • - the modern image of the independent, liberated woman
  2. (of a place or people) Freed from enemy occupation
    • - liberated areas of the country

  1. (of a gas e.g.) released from chemical combination
  2. emancipated: free from traditional social restraints; "an emancipated young woman pursuing her career"; "a liberated lifestyle"
  3. (liberate) emancipate: give equal rights to; of women and minorities
  4. (liberate) free: grant freedom to; free from confinement
  5. (liberate) grant freedom to; "The students liberated their slaves upon graduating from the university"
  6. (liberate) release: release (gas or energy) as a result of a chemical reaction or physical decomposition
  7. Open-sourcing is the act of propagating the open source movement. Most often Open-sourcing refers to releasing previously proprietary software under an open source/free software license , but it may also refer programing Open Source software or installing Open Source software.
  8. (Liberate (Slipknot song)) Slipknot is the debut album by American heavy metal band Slipknot. It was released on June 29, 1999 through Roadrunner Records, after a demo containing a few of the songs had been released in 1998, and was reissued in December 1999 with a slightly altered track listing ...
  9. (Liberate (song)) "Liberate" is a song by American rock band Disturbed. The song was released as the third single from their second studio album, Believe. ...
  10. (Liberate (Superheist song)) "Liberate" was the last single to be released by Superheist from their album Identical Remote Controlled Reactions and the last single while they were formed. ...
  11. Libération (affectionately known as Libé) is a French daily newspaper founded in Paris in 1973 by Jean-Paul Sartre, Philippe Gavi, Bernard Lallement and Jean-Claude Vernier, Pierre Victor alias Benny Lévy and Serge July in the wake of the protest movements of May 1968. ...
  12. (Liberation (Bunny Wailer album)) Liberation is a critically acclaimed reggae album by Bunny Wailer, released in 1989 (see 1989 in music). Wailer was one third of The Wailers, with Peter Tosh and Bob Marley. Liberation was widely praised and considered a landmark album.
  13. Freed, especially from traditional ideas in social and sexual matters
  14. (liberate) to free; to release from restraint or bondage; to set at liberty; to manumit; to disengage; to steal or abscond with (something)
  15. (liberating) Action of the verb to liberate; That serves to liberate, especially to free the mind to accept new ideas
  16. (LIBERATE) to free from oppression or release from bondage, as a person or peoples, a group or nation. Also, a euphemism for steal, appropriate or expropriate [v: misappropriate]; see COMMANDEER.
  17. (Liberate) ARM: to set people free from slavery and tyranny. SCM: to subjugate a nation or people to rule by the State by replacing the old State; to dictate what a "liberated" people may or may not do for an unspecified length of time; usually, rule by the military.
  18. (Liberate) Internal Scalix Development codename for Scalix 9.4.
  19. (Liberating) A release treatment made in a stand not past the sapling stage in order to free the favored trees from competition of older, overtopping trees.
  20. (liberation) Moksha, release from the bonds of pasha, after which the soul is liberated from samsara (the round of births and deaths), which occurs after karma has been resolved and nirvikalpa samadhi -- realization of the Self, ParaSiva -- has been attained. ...
  21. (liberation) The state of complete freedom from samsara; the goal of a practitioner seeking his or her own escape from suffering (see also Hinayana). ...
  22. (Liberation) normally is this term understood as referring to escaping the stingent laws of nature (of birth, disease, old age and death) or also (with the m â y â v â d î s) the identification of oneself with B r a h m a n, in which one wants to destroy the ego through unification with the ...
  23. (1. liberation) the act of setting somebody or something free, or the fact of being freed, from imprisonment, restraint, an obligation, or anything burdensome and oppressive
  24. (LIBERATION) Please see Heat Release.
  25. (Liberation) Allied forces fighting the Germans came across concentration camps and liberated the victims of the brutal Nazi’s. The Allied soldiers were horrified to find the people were little more than walking skeletons. ...