Discharge synonyms

dĭs-chärj'
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A release of mechanical, chemical, or nuclear energy in a sudden and often violent manner with the generation of high temperature and usually with the release of gases.
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To unburden; relieve:
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Something exuded, as sweat
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A substance, such as saliva, mucus, tears, bile, or a hormone, that is secreted.
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Something that flows out:
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An explosion.
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Shooting
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Report is defined as a collection of information about something or rumors or gossip that is being spread.
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The definition of a release is a letting go, setting free or relief.
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(Property law) Action by a cotenant that prevents another cotenant from enjoying the use of jointly owned property.
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The disorganization or disarming of troops which have previously been mobilized or called into active service; the change from a war footing to a peace footing; the act of demobilizing.
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To analyze a concept or a text.
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To unload
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(Intransitive, of an aircraft or spacecraft) To leave the ground and begin flight; to ascend into the air.
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To send a message, messenger, emissary, etc.
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To remove
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(Literary, archaic) To emit; to produce; to let out
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To discharge through pores or incisions, as moisture or other liquid matter; to give out.
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To knock down or shatter by explosion; smash.
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(Colloquial) To leave quickly
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To drive away by setting a fire.
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(Euphemistic) To dismiss from employment.
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(Baseball) To serve as a relief pitcher
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To set free from the power of another; to liberate; as:
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(Chem.) To free from combination in a compound
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To satisfy, carry out, bring to completion (an obligation, a requirement, etc.).
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(Comput.) To perform the operations indicated in (an instruction or program)
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To make complete; perfect
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In bankruptcy or insolvency, to terminate a business by the sale of its assets to pay its liabilities.
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To pay (a bill, debt, account, etc.)
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To free from doubt or question; convince:
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Something that issues from a source; an emission.
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A continuous movement or circulation:
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(Military) The time of firing of the morning gun or the evening gun.
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A sensation of darting pain.
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Dismissal
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A removing or being removed
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To remove (the load or cargo) from a vehicle, etc.
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(Intransitive, now rare) To depart, leave.
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To give off (electrons) under the influence of heat, radiation, etc.
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To fire (a weapon that releases a projectile).
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To dismiss is defined as to send someone away, or to disregard an idea or treat something as unworthy of consideration.
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Free means to release or let go.
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The definition of achieve means to accomplish a goal or to do something you set out to do.
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To carry out; meet the requirements of; fulfill (a promise, command, etc.)
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(Intransitive) To discharge, as a debt or other obligation, by giving or doing what is due or required.
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A record of this; receipt
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The result of bursting, especially the explosion of a projectile or bomb on impact or in the air.
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A written or spoken statement of such an act.
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Ejected matter.
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(Mathematics) The act of causing a quantity to disappear from an equation; especially, in the operation of deducing from several equations containing several unknown quantities a less number of equations containing a less number of unknown quantities.
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The act or an instance of emitting.
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Dismissal
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(Uncountable) The state of being disburdened or freed from a charge.
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Fuel for fires.
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(Physics) The rate of flow of fluid, particles, or energy through a given surface.
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The state of being fulfilled.
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A simultaneous or rapid and continuous discharge of many firearms
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The selling of the assets of a business as part of the process of dissolving the business.
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The order observing a specified rule
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Dismissal
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. May be a promise of future payment in exchange for a contractual obligation’s being done.
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Anything that serves to quiet, curb, or end an activity
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A document certifying this; receipt
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The projectiles or bombs thus released.
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(Sports) An exchange of strokes in a court game, such as volleyball, ending when one side fails to make a good return and resulting in a point or the loss of service.
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To annul by an authoritative act; to abolish by the authority of the maker or her or his successor; to repeal; — applied to the repeal of laws, decrees, ordinances, the abolition of customs, etc. [First attested in the early 16th century.]
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To pronounce free from or give absolution for a penalty, blame, or guilt. [First attested in the mid 16th century.]
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In criminal law, to clear a person, to release or set him free, or to discharge him from an accusation of committing a criminal offense after a judicial finding that he is not guilty of the crime or after the court or prosecution determines that the case should not continue after the criminal trial has started. See also autrefois acquit and double jeopardy.
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To unload
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To bring to an end the effect or existence of; cancel out:
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To profit, avail, benefit
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(Intransitive, aviation) To land hard and lift off again due to excess momentum.
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(Informal) Am, are, or is permitted to; may
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To do away with; wipe out; abolish, withdraw, etc.
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To discard or reject
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(Now rare) To pay for (something).
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To cause (a bomb, dynamite, etc.) to explode
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To discharge or pour forth contents.
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To give or deal out, especially in parts or portions:
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(Physics) To push aside and occupy the physical space of (a volume of fluid):
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To get rid of; discard:
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To discharge or excrete from the body.
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Present participle of to empty.
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To empty or remove the contents of (a closed space or container).
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(Bot.) To eliminate (waste matter) from the cells
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To clear of suspicion; to determine the innocence of another.
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To unload
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(Obsolete) To set apart; isolate.
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Exonerate is defined as to relieve someone of a duty, or prove innocent.
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To expel is defined as to force something or someone out, or to kick someone out of a social club, school or other group.
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To make invalid; deprive of legal force
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To set going; initiate:
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To unload
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To escape or disappear gradually
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To force or drive out; expel, dispossess, eject, etc.
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To cancel or not exact penalty for (an offense); forgive
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To pour is defined as for a liquid to flow or drop onto something, or to rain heavily.
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To put an end to or destroy:
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To cancel a contract, whether unilaterally or by mutual agreement and restore both parties to status quo ante (the positions they would have been in if the contract had never existed). See also rescission.
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To put in a sack or sacks.
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To unload
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To usurp the place of, especially through intrigue or underhanded tactics:
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To bring to an end in space or time; form the end or conclusion of; limit, bound, finish, or conclude
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(Medicine) To empty.
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A thing to hold or hold on by
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detonation
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The definition of employment is the number or percentage of people who have jobs.
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dismissal from responsibility
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A pledge or obligation:
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The act of granting another the power to act on one’s behalf in an official capacity; a group of delegates.
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The definition of an assignment is a task that has been given to someone.
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payment of debt
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The state of owing something or being under obligation to someone.
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pouring forth
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The act of retaining or the condition of being retained:
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(Historical) The main tower of a castle or fortress, located within the castle walls. (According to keep, the word comes "from the Middle English term kype, meaning basket or cask, and was a term applied to the shell keep at Guînes, said to resemble a barrel".)
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A confinement in a place, especially a prison.
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Formerly, strangulation, as in hernia.
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(Intransitive) To put a load on something.
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Hire is defined as to employ, or to get services for payment.
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To use (somebody for a job, or something for a task).
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To arrange for the services of; hire; employ
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To allot or give something as a task.
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To commit or entrust to another:
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To bear (a certain feeling) toward a person or persons:
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To close up; obstruct:
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To detain is defined as to keep someone somewhere or cause someone to be unable to proceed.
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To restrict, limit, or confine in any way
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To get rid of (a burden); unload
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(Archaic) To unload (a cargo, ship, etc.)
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To release pressure or obligation from; absolve:
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To free from slavery or bondage; emancipate.
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(Slang) To buy something or pay an expense:
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To discharge (a person) from the armed forces
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To release from military duty
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To divide (a thing) into separate parts.
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Excuse is defined as to forgive, pardon or free from an obligation.
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To cause to explode.
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To use or supply with restraint:
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To send out; to put into circulation; as, to issue notes from a bank.
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(Intransitive) To sink quickly to the ground. [from 15th c.]
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Alternative spelling of axe.
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To end the employment or service of
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To make good use of something because of need:
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To carry out (duties, etc.); perform; fulfill
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To carry into effect; fulfill; accomplish
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(Computing) To reset or unset; to return to an empty state or to zero.
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To bring into balance; settle:
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A pursuing of a lawsuit or a criminal trial; the party pursuing a criminal prosecution; the carrying out of any activity or plan.
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The process of firing an employee; ending one's employment at a business for any reason.
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To deposit for copyright the title or description of (a book, picture, map, etc.).
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The definition of a waiver is the act of voluntarily giving up rights or privileges, usually through a written statement.
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The setting aside (of something) from consideration.
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A cheap, coarse cloth, as burlap, woven of flax, hemp, jute, etc., used esp. for making sacks
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The act by which something is vented.
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A release or display of strong feeling
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A continuous length or extent of something:
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A flash of light, especially a flash produced by electric discharge.
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A bowlike curved line or object
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A luminous discharge of current that is formed when a strong current jumps a gap in a circuit or between two electrodes.
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electrical conduction through a gas in an applied electric field
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The action of the verb expel.
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(Chemistry) To subject to the action of various solvents in order to remove all soluble substances or extractives; as, to exhaust a drug successively with water, alcohol, and ether.
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To throw out or remove forcefully.
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To remove; to put off.
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(Intransitive) To explode.
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To drop off is to take something or someone to a specific destination and leave it there, not usually lingering or staying around.
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(Idiomatic) To write
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leave or unload
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To send off or out promptly, usually on a specific errand or official business
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To make whole or entire.
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(Intransitive) To join a cause or organization, especially military service.
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The amount of electric charge contained in an object, particle, or region of space.
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(Poker) To draw the card or cards needed to complete (a straight, flush, or full house)
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A digestive fluid containing fatty droplets, found in the small intestine.
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(Medicine) A form of milk produced by the mammary glands in late pregnancy and the few days after giving birth. Human and bovine colostrum is thick and yellowish. In humans, it has high concentrations of nutrients and antibodies, but it is small in quantity.
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(Pathology) thick, whitish vaginal discharge.
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A clear, yellowish fluid resembling blood plasma, found in intercellular spaces and in the lymphatic vessels of vertebrates
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(Medicine) a thin mixture of pus and blood serum discharged from a wound; ichor
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To demolish a building and build an updated form of that building in its place.
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