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discharge

verb /disˈtʃaːdʒ/
to allow to leave; to dismiss
libérer, renvoyer
The soldier was discharged from the army She was discharged from hospital.
to fire (a gun)
tirer
He discharged his gun at the policeman.
to perform (a task etc)
s’acquitter de
He discharges his duties very efficiently.
to pay (a debt).
payer
He eventually discharged all his debts.
to (cause to) let or send out
(se) déverser, émettre
The chimney was discharging clouds of smoke The drain discharged into the street.
(Definition of discharge from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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