Common misspellings for discharge:
Definition of discharge:
- To break up.
- To unload; to free from any load, burden, task; to let fly; to shoot; to pay; to send away by paying; to free from claim or demand, by giving a receipt in full; to free from an obligation; to clear from an accusation; to absolve; to give vent to; to perform or execute; to dismiss from service; to release.
- To unload, as a ship; to free from any obligation or penalty by written evidence, & c.; to throw off or out; to let fly; to explode, as powder; to fire or let off, as a gun; to absolve or acquit; to free from claim or demand of money by a written acknowledgment of payment; to perform trust or duty; to deprive of office; to dismiss; to emit or send out; to set at liberty.
- The act of discharging; unloading; emission; that which is discharged; dismissal; release; acquittal; payment; execution; exemption.
- A flowing or issuing out; dismission from office or employment; the written evidence of release from debt or obligation; liberation, as from imprisonment.