Translation of unleash in Spanish:

unleash

soltar, v.

Pronunciation /ˌənˈliʃ/ /ʌnˈliːʃ/

Definition of soltar in Spanish

transitive verb

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    (dog) soltar
    (dog) desatar
    (anger/fury/imagination) dar(le) rienda suelta a
    (war) desencadenar
    the violence unleashed on the demonstrators la violencia que desataron sobre los manifestantes
    • Five Dock police arrived shortly after and cordoned off the area before unleashing a sniffer dog.
    • But who's to say that they might have been even better if they'd been unleashed on the free market.
    • By then he and the BBC were refusing to capitulate as Mr Campbell unleashed a ferocious assault.
    • Dogs left unleashed by their owners have wondered into his yard and left excrement.
    • Those slavering, defensive dogs will be unleashed on Frankfurt with a point to prove.
    • The police knew there was no simpler way to clear the cricket pitch than to unleash a couple of dogs on everyone.
    • The onslaught was unleashed on the day that G8 world leaders met at Gleneagles.
    • Police initiated the attack by unleashing their dogs and injuring several workers.
    • Fergie spins on a sixpence and unleashes a ferocious right hook, which connects cleanly with Fowler's jaw, sending him flying into the crowd.
    • Chronic stress also unleashes an army of free radicals that damages body and brain cells.
    • John Sutton latched on to the loose ball, galloped forward and unleashed a firm drive into the top corner.
    • Police were today hunting thugs who unleashed a pack of hunting dogs to kill deer in a National Trust park.
    • If I were a family member or coach, I'd be wanting him to gradually employ that emotion rather than unleashing it from the first point.
    • In fact, the show was responsible for unleashing my own long-suppressed inner clown.
    • He lost everything when the mighty Jamuna river burst its banks, unleashing a torrent that engulfed his village.
    • A police crackdown on town centre violence has led to thugs unleashing their aggression in the home, says a refuge worker.
    • US warplanes, by contrast, flew high above their targets, unleashing small numbers of bombs and missiles.
    • A clutch of innovative jewellers, many of them British, has been instrumental in unleashing a revolution in gem taste.
    • Have they been successful in unleashing weapons of mass destruction against us?
    • Yet the Iraq war unleashed forces in British politics, too.
    • On the eve of the wars unleashed by Edward I's invasion in 1276, Wales had essentially become divided into three zones.
    • The US state unleashed a decade of witch-hunting against the left, which hit even moderate black lobbying organisations.
    • Donnie unleashing his trademark flying back kick on the guy is very cool.
    • Doing something cute like that would unleash a firestorm.
    • The Socialist Party government, like the previous right wing one, has unleashed neo-liberal attacks on public sector workers.
    • The show culminated with Rivers swearing at Nielsen unleashing a torrent of Italian curses.
    • Jeb started to retreat from the room as Megan began to unleash the notorious Addelson temper.
    • But then, two days later, I discovered the enormity of what I had unleashed.
    • The spectre of Chicago 1968 looms, when police unleashed a brutal assault on anti Vietnam War protesters at the Democratic convention.
    • They spent most of the 30 seconds justifying their decision to unleash the yuletide juggernaught in October.
    • Just as she unleashes the blast, he throws his sword, then rolls out of the way.
    • I never wanted to see that power unleashed.
    • This unleashed a moral fervor, ultimately translated into political movements that brought about the end of slavery.
    • By 1977-1978, the Congress - which had unleashed the Indian Army on the Majlis just three decades earlier - was seeking electoral alliances with it.
    • A Colorado judge wrestled with that when facing noise violators who'd unleashed their blaring music on an innocent public.
    • This system of direct rule by proxy enraged the Unionist right and eventually unleashed a downward spiral of loyalist reaction and republican assertiveness.
    • If we could only master the technology for unleashing devastating floods, we'd be exporting that, too.
    • Beginning slowly, the track drops Stipe's atmospheric vocals to haunting effect, before unleashing Molko's amid a flurry of violent guitars and angry, angry emotions.
    • But the fall of the Soviet Union brought ambitious local politicians to power and unleashed bitter rivalries over territory, which exploded into an ugly conflict in 1991.