2 noun
dis‧charge2 formal
1 [uncountable]MH when you officially allow someone to leave somewhere, especially the hospital or their job in the army, navy etc
discharge from
Nurses visit the mother and baby for two weeks after their discharge from the hospital.
dishonourable discharge, honorable discharge
2 [uncountable and countable] when gas, liquid, smoke etc is sent out, or the substance that is sent out
discharge of
the discharge of toxic waste into the sea
3 [uncountable and countable] when a substance slowly comes out of a wound or part of your body, or the substance that comes out
4 [uncountable and countable]TEE electricity that is sent out by a piece of equipment, a storm etc
5 [uncountable] when someone performs a duty or pays a debt
discharge of
the discharge of the college's legal responsibilities
6 [uncountable] when someone shoots a gun

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