To set free, as from oppression, confinement, or foreign control. (verb-transitive)
Chemistry To release (a gas, for example) from combination. (verb-transitive)
Slang To obtain by illegal or stealthy action: tried to sell appliances that were liberated during the riot. (verb-transitive)
Examples of word liberate
He used the word liberate, that this is going to liberate Arlen Specter to work with us on health care.
But we were never the allies of the Athenians in their design of subjugating Hellas; we were really the allies of the Hellenes, whom we sought to liberate from the Persians.
She delves into the language itself, a language she wants to liberate from the fetters of race.
Assuming that General Halleck will complete the work he has so successfully commenced, he will liberate from the forced pressure put upon it by the Secessionists the whole amount of loyal sentiment diffused through the Border States, and, from being held in abeyance, it will become dominant.
Liberal is derived from the word liberate, ... meaning "freedom", and I can ` t see anything wrong with being free to choose a liberal to the supreme court.