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liberation

1. noun from captivity or oppression2. noun POL from enemy occupation3. noun from situation4. noun from traditional role5. noun FIN of money6. noun SCI as result of chemical reaction 1 noun from captivity or oppressionsaoradh masc  c m uthis act resulted in the liberation of slaves saoradh sclábhaithe an toradh a bhí ar an acht seo, fuascailt sclábhaithe an toradh a bhí ar an acht seotheir liberation from prison was a great relief faoiseamh iontach ba ea a saoradh ó phríosún, faoiseamh iontach a bhí ann nuair a scaoileadh saor as an bpríosún iad 2 noun POL from enemy occupationsaoradh masc  c m ufuascailt fem2  c m uhe was involved in the liberation of the country from colonial rule bhí sé páirteach i saoradh na tíre ó riail choilíneachit was seen as a liberation rather than an invasion dearcadh air mar shaoradh seachas ionradhthe liberation war continues leanann cogadh na saoirse ar aghaidh
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3 noun from situationfaoiseamh masc1fuascailt fem2  c m usaoirse fem4  c m uhe saw leaving home as a liberation dar leis gur fuascailt as géibheann é an baile a fhágáil, chonacthas dó gur gheall le saoirse é an baile a fhágáilthere's a slight sense of liberation when you finish it tá faoiseamh beag ag baint lena chríochnú, tá mothú beag den saoradh ag baint le hé a chríochnú 4 noun from traditional rolesaoradh masc  c m ushe sought liberation from her traditional role lorg sí saoirse óna ról traidisiúntahe promotes gay liberation cuireann sé saoirse na n-aerach chun cinn 5 noun FIN of moneysaoradh masc  c m uléirscaoileadh  c m uthe liberation of resources saoradh acmhainní 6 noun SCI as result of chemical reactionscaoileadh masc  c m u