Definitions of "discharge"
  1. The act of freeing someone from a responsibility or obligation
  2. The action of exempting someone from duty under a legal agreement like a contract
  3. The process where a party declared bankrupt is freed from the responsibility of paying off their debts
  4. The act of setting someone free from confinement, custody, or care
  5. The act of ending someone's employment or job
  6. The act of letting someone go from their service or duty
  7. The process of eliminating debt or obligation by fulfilling the necessary action
  8. The act of meeting a requirement or condition
  9. The action where a legislative committee is instructed to stop considering a bill, so it can be discussed by the entire house
  10. The deed of relieving or lifting burdens or oppressive conditions
  11. An action or thing that relieves or releases from a charge or burden
  12. The status or condition of being freed or released from a charge or obligation
  13. The act of freeing someone from confinement or imprisonment
  14. The act of extinguishing an obligation or liability by performing a needed task or paying off a debt
  15. The act of ending someone's employment or official role
  16. The process of releasing someone from service or obligation
How to use "discharge" in a sentence
  1. After the final payment was made, the bank issued a discharge of the mortgage.
  2. The judge ordered the discharge of the defendant due to insufficient evidence.
  3. Following the completion of the project, the contractor received a discharge from further duties.

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