|1.||to free from restriction or restraint, esp social or legal restraint|
|2.||(often passive) to free from the inhibitions imposed by conventional morality|
|3.||to liberate (a slave) from bondage|
|[C17: from Latin ēmancipāre to give independence (to a son), from mancipāre to transfer property, from manceps a purchaser; see |
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