discharge

  • 61 discharge — v. a. == deprive of a charge or office. Alys. 3868 …

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  • 62 discharge — dis·charge || dɪs tʃɑːdÊ’ n. unloading; ejection; release, removal of an obligation; gunshot v. unload goods; eject; dismiss; release from an obligation; shoot, fire (from a gun or weapon) …

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  • 63 discharge — verb dɪs tʃα:dʒ 1》 officially allow (someone) to leave somewhere, especially hospital.     ↘dismiss from a job.     ↘release from the custody or restraint of the law. 2》 emit or send out (a liquid, gas, or other substance).     ↘Physics release… …

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  • 64 discharge — Release from a legal obligation imposed by contract or law …

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  • 65 discharge — I. v. a. 1. Unload, disburden, unburden, relieve of a load. 2. Emit, expel, excrete, eject, void, throw off, send out, give forth. 3. Set off, fire off, let fly, give vent to, shoot, fire. 4. Pay, liquidate, cash. 5. Release, absolve, exonerate,… …

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  • 66 discharge — To release a person from a binding legal obligation by agreement, by the performance of an obligation, or by law. For example, the payment of a debt discharges the debt; similarly, a judicial decision that a contract is frustrated discharges the… …

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  • 67 discharge — v unload, unburden, disburden, free, relieve, remove. 2. fire off, shoot, detonate, explode, burst; let off, let fly, set off; deliver a charge, give vent to. 3. emit, pour forth, send forth, send out, eject; gush, disembogue, cast forth; void,… …

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  • 68 discharge — dis·charge …

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  • 69 discharge — v. & n. v. 1 tr. a let go, release, esp. from a duty, commitment, or period of confinement. b relieve (a bankrupt) of residual liability. 2 tr. dismiss from office, employment, army commission, etc. 3 tr. a fire (a gun etc.). b (of a gun etc.)… …

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  • 70 Discharge (band) — Discharge Discharge live in Rome on 17 December 2006 Background information Origin Stoke on Trent, England …

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  • 71 discharge of bankrupt — For bankrupts who do not qualify for the automatic discharge, the trustee is required within one year from the beginning of the bankruptcy to apply to the court for a hearing of the application for a discharge. The court official has several… …

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  • 72 Discharge (album) — Discharge Album par Discharge Sortie 2002 Durée 32:25 Genre Crossover thrash, punk hardcore Label Sanctuary Records …

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  • 73 Discharge (album) — Discharge Studio album by Discharge Released 2002 …

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  • 74 discharge in bankruptcy — n. The release of a bankrupt person from his or her debts. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008. discharge in bankruptcy …

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  • 75 Discharge pressure — (also called high side pressure or head pressure) is the pressure generated on the output side of a gas compressor in a refrigeration or air conditioning system. The discharge pressure is affected by several factors: size and speed of the… …

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  • 76 discharge of contract — ˌdischarge of ˈcontract noun [uncountable] LAW when the duties that someone has under a contract are ended, for example because they have carried out those duties, because there has been an agreement to end the contract, or because someone has… …

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  • 77 discharge from employment — index dismissal (discharge) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 78 discharge from bankruptcy — ➔ bankruptcy …

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  • 79 discharge in bankruptcy — UK US noun [U] (UK FINANCE, LAW ► an order from a court that allows someone who is legally bankrupt to stop owing money for particular debts: »Although a bankrupt’s name may be removed from the register within a year after discharge from… …

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  • 80 discharge hearing — see hearing Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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