Definition of discharge
What is the definition of "discharge"?
1. To relieve of a burden or of contents; unload.
2. To unload or empty (contents).
3. To release, as from confinement, care, or duty: discharge a patient; discharge a soldier.
4. To let go; empty out: a train discharging commuters.
5. To pour forth; emit: a vent discharging steam.
Use "discharge" in a sentence
"Records Center to black out specific blocks of text regarding the nature/reason for Mr. KENTâ€ ™ s discharge from the US Navy, and any speculation on my part as to the nature of that discharge is inappropriate without additional information."
"The agency that would change his discharge is the US Army Discharge"
"Those are truly happy whom Christ doth not condemn, for his discharge is a sufficient answer to all other challenges; they are all coram non judice -- before an unauthorized judge. (b.)"
Words like "discharge" (synonyms)
How to Say "discharge" in:
- Spanish: discharge
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- Japanese: discharge
Words Like discharge
NEARBY & RELATED ENTRIES
- discharging strut
- carry out
- carry through
- take away