délier

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From Old French (and Middle French) deslier, from Vulgar Latin disligāre, present active infinitive of disligō, from Latin dis- + ligō (tie, bind). Compare Occitan desligar, Catalan deslligar, Portuguese desligar, Spanish desliar, Friulian disleâ, Italian slegare, Romanian dezlega.

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délier

  1. to untie, loosen, release
    • 2008, “Petite messe solennelle”, in Bijoux & babioles, performed by Juliette:
      Le vin délie la langue, il entrouvre le cœur / Il donnera ce soir le ton et la couleur
      (please add an English translation of this quote)

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