Definitions for unleash
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word unleash.
release or vent
"unleash one's anger"
release from a leash
"unleash the dogs in the park"
unleash, let loose, looseverb
turn loose or free from restraint
"let loose mines"; "Loose terrible plagues upon humanity"
To free from a leash, or as from a leash
He unleashed his dog in the park.
to let go; to release
He unleashed his fury.
To strike; kick
to free from a leash, or as from a leash; to let go; to release; as, to unleash dogs
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
un-lēsh′, v.t. to free from a leash, to let go.
The numerical value of unleash in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of unleash in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
We do not put value on the words that we speak if we cannot perform the words that we unleash.
This has actually been the norm that we have observed over the past few years. Whenever there is downward pressure on an economic front, there is a tendency or desire from the industry and policymakers to unleash large-scale infrastructure projects.
House Republicans are squarely focused on bringing down costs for all Americans, which is why a Republican majority will prioritize measures to unleash American energy.
Now he's suggesting he wants to get the country back opened by Easter, it would be a catastrophic thing to do for our people and for our economy if we sent people back to work just as we were beginning to see the impact of social distancing take hold only to unleash a second spike in infections.
The Obama-Clinton [agenda] has blocked jobs through anti-energy regulations, the Obama-Clinton war on coal has cost Michigan jobs. Clinton said she will put coal miners out of business. … A Trump administration will end this war on the American worker and unleash an energy revolution that will bring vast new wealth.
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- desfermar, desencadenarCatalan, Valencian
- entfesseln, [[von]] [[der]] [[Leine]] [[lassen]]German
- desencadenar, destraillarSpanish
- päästää irti, laskea irti, päästää valloilleenFinnish
- ontketenen, vrijlaten, loslatenDutch
- separar, soltar, desencadearPortuguese
- [[спускать]] [[с]] [[привязь, выпускать, выпустить, [[спустить]] [[с]] [[привязьRussian
- odvezati, razobručiti, pustiti s lancaSerbo-Croatian
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