Portuguese translation of discharge
discharge [transitive verb dɪsˈtʃɑːdʒ, noun ˈdɪstʃɑːdʒ]
2 (settle: debt)
dar alta a
dar baixa em,
pôr em liberdade
7 (waste etc)
1 (electricity and electronics)
3 (of duty)
4 (of debt)
5 (from hospital)
6 (from army)
9 (also: vaginal discharge)
to discharge one's gun
descarregar a arma,
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Example Sentences Including 'discharge'
Will be granted sick leave on discharge from hospital probably in March.In Love and War
He was fingering his stab wound now: its foul, necrotic discharge oozing down the front of his coat.Night Sisters
The plan was that the discharge of the mine would detonate the two grenades by sympathetic explosion.A Daystar of Fear
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Translation of discharge from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary