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- To Discharge something is to release it or let it go, especially all at once.
- Discharging steam prevented pressure from building.
- When a gun goes off, it is said to Discharge.
- He took aim and discharged his gun.
- No one knew the gun was loaded until it accidentally discharged.
- He said "I fired the gun"; the report said "he discharged the weapon."
- When you are discharged, you are allowed to leave.
- I was honorably discharged at the end of the war.
- Her doctor said she could go home, so she was discharged from the hospital.
- When a debt or obligation is been met or is ended, it is discharged.
- We made the last payment, and the loan was discharged.
- The rest of her student loan debt was discharged after she was injured.
- Discharge is the opposite of charge for things like batteries and reservoirs.
- I forgot to plug in my phone and the battery totally discharged.
- The act of discharging is also called a discharge.
- There was a discharge of steam when he opened the oven door.
- The cannon discharge scared the boy.
- Something released (in a discharge) is also called a discharge.
- The puddle of water was discharge from the pump, not from a leak in the pipe.
- (medicine) A discharge is a substance (other than blood) coming from a wound or part of your body, usually because of infection.
- There was a discharge coming from the wound.