Discharge

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Discharge: ( Release from obligation ), noun

  • abolition
  • abrogation
  • absolution
  • acquittal
  • cancellation
  • defeasance
  • deliverance
  • delivery
  • dismissal
  • dispensation
  • emancipation
  • exception
  • exculpation
  • excuse
  • exemption
  • exoneration
  • extrication
  • invalidation
  • loosing
  • nullification
  • pardon
  • repeal
  • reprieve
  • rescission
  • revocation
  • voidance

Discharge: (Annulment), noun

  • abolishment
  • abolition
  • abrogation
  • canceling
  • cancellation
  • cessation
  • defeasance
  • discontinuance
  • dissolution
  • invalidation
  • negation
  • nullification
  • recall
  • repeal
  • repudiation
  • rescission
  • retractation
  • reversal
  • revocation
  • voidance

Discharge: (Dismiss), verb

  • cashiercast
  • cast loose
  • depose
  • deprive of office
  • dimittere
  • disbar
  • discard
  • disemploy
  • displace
  • drop
  • eject
  • exclude
  • expel
  • fire
  • get rid of
  • give notice
  • impeach
  • let go
  • let loose
  • missum facere
  • put on the retired list
  • release
  • relieve
  • remove
  • remove from office
  • replace
  • retire
  • shut out
  • strike off the roll
  • suspend
  • throw out
  • turn loose
  • turn out
  • unseat
  • Associated Concepts: discharged for cause
  • lawfully discharged
  • reinstatement

Discharge: (Dismissal), noun

  • dimissio
  • displacement
  • ejection
  • elimination
  • eviction
  • expulsion
  • firing
  • ouster
  • ousting
  • removal
  • removal from employment
  • replacement
  • unseating Associated Concepts: cause for discharge
  • conditional discharge
  • discharge from army
  • discharge from employment
  • discharge of employee
  • discriminatory discharge
  • improper discharge

Discharge: (Liberate), verb

  • absolve
  • acquit
  • bail out
  • clear
  • deliver
  • emancipate
  • exculpate
  • excuse
  • exonerate
  • extricate
  • forgive
  • free
  • let go
  • let loose
  • let out
  • let out of prison
  • loose
  • pardon
  • parole
  • purge
  • release
  • relieve
  • render free
  • set at liberty
  • set free
  • turn loose
  • Associated Concepts: discharge from imprisonment
  • discharge from prison

Discharge: (Liberation), noun

  • absolution
  • acquittal
  • clearance
  • deliverance
  • disenthrallment
  • emancipation
  • exculpation
  • exemption
  • exoneration
  • extrication
  • legal release from confinement
  • loosing
  • release
  • release from custody
  • reprieve
  • salvation
  • setting free

Discharge: (Pay a debt), verb

  • adjust
  • amortize
  • clear
  • hand over
  • honor
  • liquidate
  • make reparation
  • make restitution
  • meet
  • pay in full
  • pay off
  • pay up
  • recompense
  • redeem
  • refund
  • repay
  • satisfy
  • satisfy in full
  • settle
  • settle accounts
  • square accounts
  • strike a balance
  • take up Associated Concepts: discharge from obligation

Discharge: (Payment), noun

  • acquitment
  • acquittal
  • acquittance
  • amortization
  • amortizement
  • annulment of debt
  • clearance
  • compensation
  • defrayal
  • defrayment
  • full satisfaction
  • liquidation
  • paying off
  • recompense
  • redemption
  • refund
  • reimbursement
  • remittance
  • reparation
  • repayment
  • restitution
  • retirement of a debt
  • return
  • satisfaction
  • settlement
  • settlement on account

Discharge: (Perform), verb

  • accomplish
  • achieve
  • act on
  • adjust
  • administer
  • attain
  • bring about
  • bring to pass
  • carry into effect
  • carry into execution
  • carry out
  • carry through
  • complete
  • comply
  • concern oneself with
  • conclude
  • consummate
  • culminate
  • devote oneself to
  • dispatch
  • dispose of
  • do
  • effect
  • effectuate
  • enforce
  • execute
  • fulfill
  • go about
  • go through with
  • implement
  • munus obire
  • proceed with
  • produce
  • realize
  • render
  • resolve
  • succeed
  • transact Associated Concepts: properly discharge one’s responsibilities

Discharge: (Performance), noun

  • accomplishment
  • achievement
  • attainment
  • carrying through
  • commission
  • completion
  • conclusion
  • consummation
  • culmination
  • dispatch
  • effectuation
  • enforcement
  • execution
  • fruition
  • fulfillment
  • implementation
  • observance
  • perpetration
  • production
  • realization
  • termination
  • Associated Concepts: discharge of duty
  • faithful discharge of official duties

Discharge: (Release from obligation), verb

  • abolish
  • abrogate
  • absolve
  • annul
  • cancel
  • declare null and void
  • discontinue
  • dismiss
  • dissolve
  • excuse
  • exempt
  • exonerate
  • forgive
  • invalidate
  • make void
  • nullify
  • quash
  • recall
  • relieve
  • relieve of responsibility
  • remove
  • render void
  • repeal
  • rescind
  • retract
  • reverse
  • revoke
  • set aside
  • Associated Concepts: discharge of a debt foreign phrases: Eodem modo quo oritur
  • eodem modo dissolvitur
  • It is discharged in the same manner in which it was created

Discharge: (Shoot), verb

  • blast
  • burst
  • deliver a charge
  • detonate
  • emit
  • expel
  • explode
  • fire
  • fire at
  • fulminate
  • ignite
  • launch
  • mittere
  • open fire
  • send forth
  • Associated Concepts: discharge of a weapon

Discharge: (Shot), noun

  • blast
  • blasting
  • bombardment
  • burst
  • coniectio
  • coniectus
  • crash
  • detonation
  • emanation
  • emissio
  • emmission
  • explosion
  • firing
  • firing a charge
  • flare
  • flash
  • fulguration
  • fulmination
  • fusillade
  • igniting
  • salvo
  • spray
  • volley

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