free (someone or oneself) from (someone or something)

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free (someone or oneself) from (someone or something)

To loose or release someone or oneself from something. Good luck freeing yourself from student loan debt. Oh boy, one of the kids must have freed the dog from her cage. Can you believe that girl was able to free herself from her kidnapper?
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free someone or something from someone or something

to release or unburden someone or something from someone or something. We freed the raccoon from the trap. Max tried to free himself from the police officer. The dog tried to free itself from the dogcatcher.
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But the few drops I managed to obtain gave me little relief, and I sank down for a moment with a sort of dogged apathy, from which I was aroused by Toby, who had devised a plan to free us from the net in which we had become entangled.
'Hindley does not often free us from his accursed presence,' observed the boy.
"I think I see one resource which would free us from a good deal of the present difficulty.
But he added: "We need much bolder action to free us from the grip air pollution has on our health."
I hope therefore that devolution will bring us greater autonomy over our decisions on transport and free us from the incompetence of Mr Grayling once and for all.
How does Jesus free us from the oppression of possessions?
" We were confident that the army will come and free us from the hands of these Takfiri organizations," they said.
Christ came to free us from Satan's oppression, from the judgment of the law upon our sins, and from guilt and shame because of our transgressions.
Summary: Technology may finally free us from industrial age models and introduce us to digital age models with people at the forefront
Nigel Farage is not without his faults, but it is through his remorseless determination over 17 years to free us from the shackles of Europe that we now have the opportunity to put the Great back in to Great Britain.
By locking in two years of funding, "it should finally free us from the cycle of shutdown threats and last-minute fixes," he said.
I read with interest the sub-headline on the July 15 News: "Technology can free us from menial tasks so that we can focus on solving interesting and complex legal problems."
And then we get sick of his government in a few months and start hoping that the army would free us from the shackles of a democratic government.
and woods to free us from the firm hold of the earth.