li·be·ro[1]

  1. deliver
  2. exempt
  3. liberate
  4. raise
  5. release
  6. to lift
  7. to set free

Phrases with the word libero


Synonyms for libero

  • erigoarouse, encourage, incite, raise, raise up, set up, to arouse, to erect
  • evertodemolish, dislodge, eject, overthrow, overturn, raise, ruin, throw out, to destroy, to turn out
  • exhibeoallow, cause, deliver, display, offer, show, to produce, to sustain
  • eximorelease, remove, take out, to free, waste
  • immunisexempt, free
  • laxoenlarge, extend, give up, liberate, loosen, relax, release, sell formally, set free, to relieve, undo, widen, yield up
  • liberatioaquittal, liberation, release, setting free
  • privodeliver, deprive, to rob
  • prodoabandon, appoint, betray, bring forth, deliver, disclose, hand over, publish, transmit
  • reddoanswer, deliver, hand over, imitate, pay up, recite, render, represent, restore, return, surrender, to give back, to impart, to repeat, translate

Similar to libero

  • liberafree, independent, unrestricted
  • liberaliscourteous, generous, gentlemanly
  • liberalitercourteously, generously, honorably
  • liberatioaquittal, liberation, release, setting free
  • liberefrankly, freely, openly
  • liberumfree, independent, unrestricted
  • deliberodeliberate, resolve, to be determined, to consider, to determine
  • libatiolibation
  • libelluslittle book
  • libenswith good will