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discharge


1 [+ object] : to allow (someone) to leave a hospital, prison, etc.
She's due to be discharged from the hospital on Wednesday.
Discharge the prisoners.

2 [+ object]

a : to take away the job of (someone) : to end the employment of (someone)
The company illegally discharged [=fired] several union organizers.
We had to discharge several employees last week.

b : to end the service of (someone) in a formal or official way
Thousands of soldiers were discharged after the war.
: to release (someone) from duty
The judge discharged the jury.

3 : to shoot or fire (a weapon)
[+ object]
The ship discharged missiles against enemy targets.
discharging a firearm
[no object]
The gun failed to discharge.

4 [+ object] : to allow (someone) to get out of a vehicle
The bus had stopped to discharge [=let off] passengers.

5
a : to send out (a liquid, gas, or waste material)
[+ object]
Smokestacks from the factory discharge [=emit] chemicals into the air.
discharging pollution into a lake
The wound began to discharge pus.
[no object]
a river that discharges [=flows] into the ocean

b : to send out (electricity)
[+ object]
discharge electricity from a battery
[no object]
allowing the electricity to discharge safely

6 [+ object] formal

a : to do what is required by (something)
He vowed to faithfully discharge [=fulfill] the duties/responsibilities of his office.
discharging an obligation

b : to pay (a debt)
They have failed to discharge their debts.


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