English version

set somebody free/loose

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishset somebody free/looseset somebody free/looseFREE/NOT IN PRISONto allow a person or an animal to be free All the other hostages were finally set free. set
Examples from the Corpus
set somebody free/looseAfter six years in prison, Louis was set free.
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