liberate from

liberate someone or something from someone or something

to free someone or something from someone or something; to set someone or something free from the control of someone or something. The police hoped to liberate the child from his kidnappers. We liberated the town from the enemy. I liberated the cat from the trap.
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Dawes was with Liberate from 1996-2001, serving as Vice President for the Americas and Vice President for Business Development, and participating in the creation of Liberate's business relationships with leading cable and telecommunications firms.