Translation of "beta release" into French

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beta release noun
pl. beta releases

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He ordered them to release the prisoner. Il leur ordonna de libérer le prisonnier.
Is death the only release? La mort est-elle la seule délivrance ?
He ordered them to release the prisoners. Il leur ordonna de libérer les prisonniers.
When the body is touched, receptors in the skin send messages to the brain causing the release of chemicals such as endorphins. Quand le corps est touché, des récepteurs dans la peau envoient des messages au cerveau causant la libération de produits chimiques tels que l'endorphine.
We'll release the final agenda on the morning of Monday, January 20, so please reply quickly. Nous publierons l'ordre du jour définitif le matin du lundi 20 janvier, donc répondez rapidement, s'il vous plait.
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