Release From Prison
noun, verbal noun
You exit a place. It's a release from prison for you!
出所 commonly refers to leaving or being released from facilities ending in 所, particularly 刑務所 (prisons). It can also mean source or origin in a slightly formal tone, often used in discussions of copyright to specify the origin of cited information, images, or content.
The reading follows on'yomi protocols, but you just have to be careful of the shortened しゅつ which becomes しゅっ.
Note: There is also the reading でどころ for the meanings origin and source. This version is generally used in spoken language, often to emphasize the significance or curiosity about where something came from.
My husband is being released tomorrow morning.
What's important is what happens after one is released from prison.
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