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Adjective
Sent away
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Brought or having come to an end
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Free from an obligation or liability imposed on others
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Shipped
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Discontinued
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Returned
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Not confined or imprisoned
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(British) No longer in employment because there is no more work available
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Having been disgraced
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Done working
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Retired or discarded due to age
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Effluent or emanating
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Recovering one's health and strength after a period of illness
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(of an action or task) To have undertaken or performed
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“If you are fit and healthy, do not leave it to others to discharge your duty.”
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To have ceased to retain something
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Past tense for to release from the custody or restraint of the law
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“Shawshank State Penitentiary would not discharge Andy Dufresne, who subsequently made his own plans to escape.”
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Past tense for to dismiss from duty or employment
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“His conduct was so disorderly and improper, that I found it necessary to discharge him from the police force.”
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Past tense for to fire (a gun or missile)
“Tony decided not to discharge his firearm, fearing that he would give his position away to the enemy.”
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Past tense for to emit, throw or give off
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“The openings would discharge foul gases in the middle of the public street, much to the annoyance of the public.”
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Past tense for to empty or rid of cargo
“On July 23, the absence of staff to clear and discharge cargo forced one ship to bypass Tonga.”
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Past tense for to clear a debt or pay what is owed
“The decision means the pair cannot discharge their debts jointly through bankruptcy the way other married couples do.”
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Past tense for to annul or dismiss
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“Such proceedings may be instituted if the failure of the latter to discharge the agreement is to the personal detriment of the former.”
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Past tense for to empty or rid of cargo
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Past tense for to carry out a task, especially one that requires a degree of ability or skill
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Past tense for to dispense something needed
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Past tense for to do what is required by the terms of
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Past tense for operate, administer
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Past tense for to come to an end or conclusion
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Past tense for do business, carry out
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Past tense for to form or discharge pus
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Past tense for to release from the armed forces
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Past tense for to cover with a flood
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Past tense for to remove the contents of
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Past tense for to pay or discharge (a debt, expense etc.
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Past tense for withdraw from active service
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Past tense for to send through the air, especially with force
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Past tense for to avoid, lessen, or guard against
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Past tense for to complete or fulfil
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Past tense for to discharge waste from the body
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Past tense for explode or cause to explode
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Past tense for follow through, persevere
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Past tense for to dismiss as of little importance
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Past tense for fire a gun repeatedly or indiscriminately
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Past tense for cover with drops or spots of something
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Past tense for to remove the contents of
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Past tense for to cause to happen earlier than expected
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Past tense for exchange for real money
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