Definition of liberation
- women's liberation
The liberation of the city took weeks.
the liberation of the slaves was one of the key results of the Civil War
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: the act or process of freeing someone or something from another's control : the act of liberating someone or something
: the removal of traditional social or sexual rules, attitudes, etc.
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