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Definition of "discharged" []

  • To release or allow to go (verb)
  • To dismiss from or relieve of duty, office, employment, etc (verb)
  • To fire or be fired, as a gun (verb)
  • To pour forth or cause to pour forth (verb)
  • To remove (the cargo) from (a boat, etc); unload (verb)
  • To perform (the duties of) or meet (the demands of an office, obligation, etc) (verb)
  • To relieve oneself of (a responsibility, debt, etc) (verb)
  • To lose or remove electric charge (verb)
  • To form an arc, spark, or corona in a gas (verb)
  • To take or supply electrical current from a cell or battery (verb)
  • To release (a prisoner from custody, etc) (verb)
  • To remove dye from (a fabric), as by bleaching (verb)
  • (of a dye or colour) to blur or run (verb)
  • To spread (weight) evenly over a supporting member (verb)
  • To relieve a member of (excess weight) by distribution of pressure (verb)
  • A person or thing that is discharged (noun)
  • Dismissal or release from an office, job, institution, etc (noun)
  • The document certifying such release (noun)
  • The fulfilment of an obligation or release from a responsibility or liability (noun)
  • The act of removing a load, as of cargo (noun)
  • A pouring forth of a fluid; emission (noun)
  • The act of firing a projectile (noun)
  • The volley, bullet, missile, etc, fired (noun)
  • A release, as of a person held under legal restraint (noun)
  • An annulment, as of a court order (noun)
  • The act or process of removing or losing charge or of equalizing a potential difference (noun)
  • A transient or continuous conduction of electricity through a gas by the formation and movement of electrons and ions in an applied electric field (noun)
  • The volume of fluid flowing along a pipe or a channel in unit time (noun)
  • The output rate of a plant or piece of machinery, such as a pump (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of discharge. (verb)

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Use "discharged" in a sentence
  • "Two weeks later John Paul was again discharged from the Gemelli Polyclinic and returned to the Vatican, this time by minivan."
  • "There was an especially wonderful rp last night between Molly and Nareth, just before the clone was discharged from the Gemini Corporation's medical facility, that was so good I might try to get the transcript up."
  • "And if I had been an impecunious younger son of the gentry, or a farmer struggling to survive an agricultural depression, or a soldier discharged from the army with little prospect of finding a good job, or a poorly paid artisan in a grimy and unsanitary city, I might well have decided to take the risk and opt for the bright, prosperous future and healthful climate that Poyais appeared to offer the adventurous."