discharge [n1] setting free acquittal, clearance, disimprisonment, exoneration, liberation, pardon, parole, probation, release, remittance; concept 127 —Ant. hold, imprisonment, incarceration, keep, retention discharge [n2] dismissal from responsibility ax, bounce, bum’s rush*, congé, demobilization, ejection, gate, old heave ho*, pink slip*, the boot*, the door*, walking papers*; concepts 324,351 —Ant. assignment, delegation, employment, engagement, hiring  discharge [n3] detonation barrage, blast, burst, explosion, firing, fusillade, report, salvo, shot, shower, volley; concept 521 —Ant. loading discharge [n4] pouring forth elimination, emission, emptying, excretion, exudation, flow, ooze, pus, secretion, seepage, shower, suppuration, vent, voiding; concepts 179,748 —Ant. damming discharge [n5] unloading disburdening, emptying, unburdening, unlading; concept 211 —Ant. loading discharge [n6] carrying out of responsibility accomplishment, achievement, execution, fulfillment, observance, performance; concept 706 discharge [n7] payment of debt acquittal, disbursement, liquidation, satisfaction, settlement; concepts 341,344 —Ant. indebtedness, owing discharge [v1] set free absolve, acquit, allow to go*, clear, disimprison, dismiss, emancipate, exonerate, expel, liberate, loose, loosen, manumit, oust, pardon, release, unbind, unchain, unshackle; concept 127 —Ant. detain, hold, imprison, keep discharge [v2] dismiss from responsibility absolve, ax, boot out*, bounce, bump, bust, can*, cashier, disburden, discard, disencumber, dispense, displace, eject, excuse, exempt, expel, fire, freeze out*, give one notice, kick out, lay off, let go, let off, let one go, let out, lock out*, nix*, oust, privilege from, relieve, remove, replace, ride out on rail*, run out of town*, show the door*, spare, supersede, supplant, terminate, unload; concepts 324,351 —Ant. assign, delegate, employ, engage, hire  discharge [v3] detonate weapon blast, explode, fire, let off, set off, shoot, shoot off; concept 179 —Ant. load discharge [v4] pour forth break out, disembogue, dispense, ejaculate, emit, empty, erupt, excrete, exude, give off, gush, leak, ooze, release, send forth, spew, void, vomit; concepts 152,179 —Ant. dam discharge [v5] unload carry away, disburden, empty, off-load, remove, remove cargo, send, take away, take off, unburden, unlade, unpack, unship, unstow; concept 211 —Ant. load discharge [v6] carry out responsibility accomplish, achieve, do, execute, fulfill, meet, observe, perform; concept 91 discharge [v7] pay, settle debt clear, honor, liquidate, meet, pay up, quit, relieve, satisfy, square up; concept 341 —Ant. owe  discharge [v8] invalidate agreement abrogate, annul, cancel, dissolve, quash, render void, vacate, void; concept 121

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