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Discharge

Pronunciation of Discharge
/dɪst͡ʃˈɑːd͡ʒ/, /dɪst‍ʃˈɑːd‍ʒ/, /d_ɪ_s_tʃ_ˈɑː_dʒ/

Synonyms for discharge:

Sense 1

explosion, transaction, marching orders, pay down, fume, gunfight, liquidation, marksmanship, settle up, get through, pay back, jailbreak, shoot-out, gun control, symptomatic, achieve, effectuation, issue forth, work off, incur, explode, pour, amortize, vertigo, pursuit, school shooting, fulminate, liquidity, zero in on, friendly fire, ease out, reload, outplacement, removal, square up, escaped, rifle range, Unlade, shooting match, reschedule, overpay, redeem, defrock, practice, give off, bust out, work-release, elbow out, ulceration, outbreak, Russian Roulette, sclerosis, the NRA, drive-by, issue from, predisposition, escapee, fire fight.

Sense 3

implement, bail, stand-down, relieve of, snipe, buy out, prosecution, execution, termination, performance, transmit, leakage, dehydration, burst, crisis, spare, recoil, severance, send out, fulfill, perforation.

Sense 4

break out, stick up, smoke, billow, boot, misfire, bail out, breakout, stream, action.

Sense 5

leak, liquidate, spread, let off, generate.

Sense 6

steam, dispense.

Sense 7

compound, sight, escape, bounce, excess, open up.

Sense 8

satisfy, exchange.

Sense 9

bump, service, chill.

Sense 10

get out.

Sense 11

train, shake.

Sense 12

lay off, separate, pull.

Sense 13

shoot, fight.

Sense 14

range.

Sense 17

pop.

Sense 18

pack.

Sense 20

cover, out, fall.

acquit

let go.

annul

blot out, expunge.

blow up

explode.

breathe out

exhale.

carry out

DO.

complete

get through.

comply

give up, give out.

crash

thunder.

current

flow.

detonation

fulmination.

dismiss

ax, furlough, defrock.

disperse

send off.

dump

jettison, deep-six.

expel

give forth, expel.

explosion

detonation.

fester

suppurate.

forgive

exculpate.

free

manumit, Disenthrall, Uncage, freeing.

get rid of

kick out.

give off

effuse.

lay off

pay off.

ooze

transude.

pardon

remission.

pay

remunerate.

period

menstruation.

purulence

pus.

pus

matter.

put-down

put down.

quash

quash.

release

riddance.

reprieve

respite.

rid

disburden.

run

running.

salvo

volley.

send away

send packing.

send off

launch.

shoot

blaze away.

shot

gunfire.

sputum

phlegm.

square

pay up.

teardrop

tear.

touch off

detonate.

Other synonyms and related words:

carry out, achieve, satisfy, performance, liquidate, send out, liquidation, cast, effectuation, pay off, dump, DO, detonation, remove, fulmination, shot, pay up, realize, pop, empty, practice, execute, bounce, explosion, fulfil, amortize, shoot, fulfill, spare, quittance, despatch, make, acquittance, disburden, transact, achievement, sack, let go, dispatch, removal, consummate, fire off, displace, burst, cashier, emanation, lay off, unburden, fire, expel, turn off, fulfillment, execution, throw out, accomplishment, pass, perform, break out, electric discharge, unpack, give off, set free, transaction, implementation, retire, unload.

unburden (adjective)

unburden.

Sense 2 (noun)

disburden, transaction, dump, action, practice, pursuit.

Sense 3 (noun)

carry out, manumit, emancipate.

Sense 5 (noun)

dispense, let off, spare, break out, breakout, escapee, bail out, escaped, bust out, bail.

Sense 6 (noun)

drive out, evict, exile, flow, banish.

Sense 7 (noun)

generate, stream, send out, bounce, cashier, give out, boot, give off, issue from, ax.

Sense 8 (noun)

fulfill, pay off, perform, DO, ease out, execute, lay off, retire, implement.

Sense 9 (noun)

etiology, perforation, pathology, crisis, dehydration, liquidate, complication, hallucination, satisfy, chill.

Sense 11 (noun)

exchange, fire fight, fusillade, crossfire, friendly fire, drive-by.

acquittal (noun)

amnesty, liberation, exculpation, absolution, defrayal, forgiveness, freedom, exoneration, vindication, clearance, release, acquittal, dismissal.

carrying out of responsibility (noun)

achievement, execution, fulfillment, performance, accomplishment.

departures (noun)

exodus, pullout, vacation, egress.

detonation (noun)

burst, fusillade, ignition, shot, volley, barrage, firing, salvo, explosion.

discharge (noun)

acquit, dismissal, expel, empty, sacking, spark, muster out, sack, expelling, electric arc, exculpate, assoil, drop, free, release, waiver, electric discharge, set down, unload, exonerate, clear, arc, fire, firing, emission, outpouring, firing off, eject, complete, run, dispatch, liberation, venting, dismission.

dismissal (noun)

exception, relief, privilege, pardon, exemption, stay, liberty, waiver, permission, reprieve, license, immunity, dispensation, excuse, concession.

dismissal from responsibility (noun)

ax, pink slip, bounce.

emission (noun)

ooze, flow.

excretion (noun)

evacuation, secretion, exudation, elimination, emission, extravasation, ejaculation, excretion, transudation, effusion.

explosion (noun)

detonation.

forgiveness (noun)

pardon.

freedom (noun)

liberty.

fulmination (noun)

fulmination.

outpouring (noun)

outpouring, effusion.

payment (noun)

expenditure, installment, settlement, compensation, salary, disbursement, incentive, payroll, reimbursement, wages, remuneration, reckoning, repayment, fee, payment, wage, retribution.

payment of debt (noun)

disbursement, settlement, liquidation.

pouring forth (noun)

emission, flow, ooze, secretion, vent, elimination, exudation, pus, excretion.

setting free (noun)

liberation, clearance, release, parole, exoneration, acquittal, pardon.

shooting (noun)

explosion, gunfire, shooting, detonation.

acquit (verb)

absolve, exculpate, free, clear, acquit, forgive, dismiss, exonerate, liberate, defray, vindicate.

carry out responsibility (verb)

execute, DO, fulfill, achieve, meet, perform.

detonate weapon (verb)

shoot, explode.

discharge (verb)

effuse, transude, extravasate.

dismiss from responsibility (verb)

cashier, displace, exempt, terminate, eject, bump, lay off, can, unload, relieve, excuse, let off, kick out, dispense, spare, discard, fire, disburden, let go, boot out, disencumber, remove.

excrete (verb)

emit, secrete, evacuate, eliminate, excrete, exude.

exit (verb)

outflow, exit, spout, run off, issue, depart, outgo.

invalidate agreement (verb)

cancel, vacate, quash.

liberate (verb)

unchain.

pay (verb)

disburse, reward, reimburse, bankroll, pay, remunerate, repay, remit, Retribute, dole, settle, compensate, refund.

pay, settle debt (verb)

pay up, satisfy, square up, liquidate.

pour forth (verb)

emit, empty, void, exude, erupt, gush, excrete, spew, leak, give off, vomit, break out.

reject (verb)

shear, vomit, evacuate, check, disapprove, deep-six, secrete, exclude, cull, snip, belch, disallow, shed, jettison, eject, oppugn, discard, exhaust, cut, seep, excrete, abandon, vent, lop, crop, drain, curtail, jilt, disclaim, blacklist, reject, scrap, disgorge, exude, emit, trash, excise, erupt, deny, chop, eliminate, clip, junk, bar, spew, blackball.

set free (verb)

unbind, loosen, manumit, expel, acquit, absolve, exonerate, loose, clear, dismiss, oust, unchain, emancipate, liberate.

social (verb)

complete, free, dispatch.

unload (verb)

unburden, unpack, Unlade, off-load, send.

Usage examples for discharge:

  • But perhaps it is best that I should discharge it. - "Annie Kilburn A Novel", W. D. Howells.
  • If you did not do it well, I would discharge you. - "The Blazed Trail", Stewart Edward White.

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