discharge

All Noun Verb
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  • He spent five months in the German army and then received a medical discharge.
  • A year after the end of the war he was discharged, having served for seven years.
  • After six months in hospital, he was discharged and sent back to Canada.
  • It discharges by using high pressure air to move air out of the way.
  • They provide financial assistance and care for him after he is discharged from the hospital.
  • When the aircraft charge is great enough, it discharges into the surrounding air.
  • All members serve on a full-time basis and no member may be discharged from office against his will.
  • He is discharged from army service but does not go home.
  • The prime minister and other members of the government are appointed and discharged by the president.
  • The actual discharge is the final stage of a very complex process.
  • He was discharged from the army a year later and returned to New York.
  • Elections may not be called by a prime minister who has resigned or been discharged.
  • This practice is likely to cause more damage as one of the cells will be deep discharged.
  • Compton has discharged its city manager for the second time in three years.
  • Operated women are discharged home from hospital one week after the procedure.
  • Being underage for army service, he was discharged when his real age was discovered.
  • Cases resulting in death were known and soldiers were sometimes successfully treated by being discharged and sent home.
  • When he was discharged from the military, it was with "a very good character".
  • He was quickly taken to hospital but discharged himself to return for the show's party later in the night.
  • The ship's regular crew had been discharged days before.
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Meaning of discharge

  • noun The sudden giving off of energy
  • noun The act of venting
  • noun A substance that is emitted or released
  • noun Any of several bodily processes by which substances go out of the body
    the discharge of pus
  • noun Electrical conduction through a gas in an applied electric field
  • noun The pouring forth of a fluid
  • noun The act of discharging a gun
  • verb Pour forth or release
    discharge liquids
  • verb Remove the charge from
  • verb Release from military service