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to put / to place / to release / to free / to let go / to let out / to set off (fireworks)
to feel relieved / to feel reassured / to be at ease
to enlarge / to magnify
to renounce / to abandon / to give up
to have a holiday or vacation
to loosen / to relax
to let go / to release
to show (a movie) / to screen
to radiate / radioactive
to put
to allow to fly
to lay down / to put down / to let go of / to relinquish / to set aside / to lower (the blinds etc)
electrical discharge / (coll.) to lure / to entice
to let off / to let slip by / to let sb get away with sth
to dismiss students at the end of the school day
magnifying glass
to let go one's hold / to give up / to have a free hand
to put into
to broadcast / to announce over loudspeakers
to slow / to slow down (the pace of)
to relax restrictions
to survey / to view broadly
to let off / to give out
to indulge / to pamper / to connive at / permissive / indulgent / self-indulgent / unrestrained / undisciplined / uncultured / boorish
to lend money (as a commercial loan)
after school
wanton / unbridled / presumptuous / impudent
to turn on the water / to let water out / to throw a game (sports)
to let pass
to relax completely / to empty one's mind / (finance) to sell short / (of a commercial vehicle) to travel empty (no cargo or passengers) / to deadhead
to fart / to break wind / to talk nonsense / Utter rubbish!
to set on fire / to commit arson / to create a disturbance
to ignore / to let alone / to indulge
to provide loans
to graze (livestock) / to herd (livestock)
to set off firecrackers
very loudly / at the top of one's voice
to tend a flock of sheep / to let sheep out to pasture / fig. to throw off the reins / to leave sb alone / acting freely and irresponsibly
to delegate power / to decentralize
to breed (livestock, fish, crops etc) / to grow / to raise
to care about / to take seriously / to take to heart
magnifying power / magnification
cinema room / viewing room
to banish / to deport / to send into exile / to be marooned
unconventional / licentious / wanton / easy in one's morals
to stand someone up
radiation source
to give orders / to spread news or rumors / to leak certain information intentionally
wanton and unrestrained (idiom); dissolute
radiation / rays of radiation
(of weather) to clear up
to pay attention to / to care about / to attach importance to
to release / to set free / to allow (a person or an animal) to go / to liberate
to let blood (Chinese medicine) / to bleed / to stab sb (slang)
radioactive contamination
to release breath / to deflate / to fart
as far as the eye can see
to lower / to be humble
radioactive material
enlarging paper (photography) / bromide paper
to have free rein (idiom)
unrestrained / dissolute / dissipated / unconventional / immoral / to debauch / to dissipate
to poison / fig. to spread vicious rumors
radioactive nuclide / radionuclide
to put one's all into the fight
to allow in fresh air / to allow a prisoner out for exercise / to give out information
to set level / to lay flat
to burst into tears / to sob loudly / to bawl
radiological defense
to talk big / to shoot one's mouth off
to keep watch / to do sentry duty / to be on patrol
exothermic reaction
appropriate to any place and any time (idiom); universally applicable / a panacea
applicable anywhere (idiom)
to get off one's high horse (idiom) / to dispense with posturing (and adopt a more humble or empathetic attitude)
radiometric dating
to lay down a heavy burden
to let sb do whatever they want / to indulge / to give free reins to / to let things slide / to drift aimlessly / laissez-faire
radioactive waste
to be able to accomodate / to have room for / to be able to put (sth) down
radiation sickness
use a long line to catch a big fish (idiom); a long-term plan for major returns
to act boldly
radioactive material
to abandon all restraint (idiom)
bring it on! / give me all you got!
to fire after the horse has bolted (idiom); to act too late to be effective
radiological weapon
radioactive iodine
playback (of recorded sound)
to release (a hostage) / to put back in place
shepherd / shepherd boy
to knock off work for the day
to set off firecrackers

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