Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Unleash"

The meaning of "Unleash" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does unleash mean?
A: It means to release, or to set (something) free
Q: What does unleash mean?
A: Desatar, liberar
Q: What does unleashed mean?
A: It depends on the context. Literally, it means a dog that has had its leash taken off (the dog has been unleashed). Metaphorically, it could mean that something, generally bad, has been let go or released ("the dogs of war have been unleashed", not real dogs but metaphorical ones representing war, meaning that war is about to happen).
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Example sentences using "Unleash"

Q: Please show me example sentences with unleash.
A: you can exchange release for unleash in this sentence.
Q: Please show me example sentences with unleash.
A: I unleashed the dog who had been chained to the cage for quite a while
Q: Please show me example sentences with unleashed .
A: @revinneil sure !

“My dog likes to run, so I unleash her at the park every day.”
“I unleash my tears into my pillow every night” (this one is so dramatic hahaha)
“I can unleash my dog when we go on walks because it is well trained.”

Synonyms of "Unleash" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between unleash and come undone ?
A: unleash is when you let something go example:the dog has been unleashed from its cage. undone is when something is not done or finished but can be used in more than one way example:my shoe lase has just been undone it it less natural to say something like: the dishes are undone
Q: What is the difference between unleash and release ?
A: "Release" is used more frequently, because "unleash" is often used in stories, as it is kind of over the top. But they have basically the same meaning.

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