ozod qilmoq, yoshiga yetgan deb e'lon qilmoq, ota-ona qaramog'idan ozod qilmoq
- ozod qilmoqozodemancipatesozod
Verb(1) give equal rights to; of women and minorities(2) free from slavery or servitude
(1) If you relied on general American attitudes, you would have waited a long time to emancipate the slaves.(2) Why is it that so many of those whose political creed should be driven by a desire to emancipate those who are suffering choose to object to a course of action which would deliver millions from misery?(3) So the vision such nihilists offered 20 th-century man was of a destiny no more elevated than a dog or cat, emancipated from morality other than subservience to the state.(4) Males were likely to obtain extrapair paternity while their own social mates were incubating and the males were emancipated from mate guarding and parental duties.(5) At the beginning of the twentieth century the Czars ruled over a population of 164 million, consisting overwhelmingly of peasants who had been emancipated from actual serfdom only a generation earlier.(6) Knowing and understanding our limitation is very crucial and a significant part of emancipating ourselves from its control.(7) Aboriginal people were emancipated in the 1960s.(8) The slaves were emancipated in 1834 but their living conditions were little better than they had been under slavery, since they had no way to get food and shelter.(9) This, in itself, tracks the extent to which Lincoln biography gradually shifted attention away from Lincoln's role as racial emancipator to the great reunifier or wartime chieftain.(10) Basically, it is an African American art form, and it grew up after the slaves were emancipated .(11) The church dates back to the 1830's when recently emancipated slaves were given lands at Kingstown.(12) Slaves were emancipated in 1863, but more than a century passed before the Voting Rights Act became law.(13) Thanks to that separation, business decisions were emancipated from the pressure of moral obligations and personal commitments that guide family life.(14) Where can we store these not-so-pleasant residues of digital diasporas whose emancipatory political and aesthetic potential is less than certain?(15) He'd gotten emancipated minor status at seventeen and rented a small, run-down place.(16) Legally, a number of situations exist in which minors are considered emancipated and therefore able to give sole consent for treatment.
(1) emancipate :: ozod qilmoq
1. free ::
2. manumit ::
3. liberate ::
1. bind ::
2. confine ::
3. enchain ::
4. fetter ::
5. restrain ::
Different Formsemancipate, emancipated, emancipates, emancipating
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