discharge

discharge
1.
verb
1) (to allow to leave; to dismiss: The soldier was discharged from the army; She was discharged from hospital.) dar de alta
2) (to fire (a gun): He discharged his gun at the policeman.) disparar, descargar
3) (to perform (a task etc): He discharges his duties well.) desempeñar, cumplir
4) (to pay (a debt).) saldar
5) (to (cause to) let or send out: The chimney was discharging clouds of smoke; The drain discharged into the street.) verter

2.
noun
1) ((an) act of discharging: He was given his discharge from the army; the discharge of one's duties.) alta
2) (pus etc coming from eg a wound.) supuración
discharge
tr[(n) 'dɪsʧɑːʤ; (vb) dɪs'ʧɑːʤ]
noun
1 (of electric current) descarga; (of smoke, fumes, gases) emisión nombre femenino; (of sewage, waste) vertido
2 SMALLMEDICINE/SMALL (of wound) supuración nombre femenino; (secretion) secreción nombre femenino
3 (of cargo) descarga
4 (of weapon) descarga
5 (of prisoner) liberación nombre femenino, puesta en libertad; (of patient) alta; (of soldier) licencia (absoluta); (of injured soldier) baja
6 (of worker) despido
7 (of debt) liquidación nombre femenino, pago; (of duties) cumplimiento, ejercicio
transitive verb
1 (give, send out - sewage, waste, oil) verter; (smoke, fumes) despedir; (- electric current) descargar
2 (unload - cargo) descargar; (- passengers) desembarcar
3 (fire - arrow) arrojar, lanzar; (- shot) descargar
4 (allow to go - prisoner) liberar, soltar, poner en libertad; (patient) dar de alta; (juror) dispensar; (soldier) licenciar; (injured soldier) dar de baja
5 (dismiss) despedir
6 formal use (pay - debt) saldar, liquidar; (perform - duty, responsibility, obligation) cumplir con
intransitive verb
1 (river) desembocar; (sewer) verter
2 (wound) supurar
3 SMALLELECTRICITY/SMALL (battery) descargarse
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
absolute discharge SMALLLAW/SMALL libertad nombre femenino absoluta
conditional discharge SMALLLAW/SMALL libertad nombre femenino condicional
unconditional discharge SMALLLAW/SMALL libertad nombre femenino incondicional
vaginal discharge flujo vaginal
discharge [dɪs'ʧɑrʤ, 'dɪs.-] v, -charged ; -charging
1) unload: descargar (carga), desembarcar (pasajeros)
2) shoot: descargar, disparar
3) free: liberar, poner en libertad
4) dismiss: despedir
5) emit: despedir (humo, etc.), descargar (electricidad)
6) : cumplir con (una obligación), saldar (una deuda)
discharge vi
1) : descargarse (dícese de una batería)
2) ooze: supurar
discharge ['dɪs.ʧɑrʤ, dɪs'-] n
1) emission: descarga f (de electricidad), emisión f (de gases)
2) dismissal: despido m (del empleo), baja f (del ejército)
3) secretion: secreción f
discharge
n.
corrimiento s.m.
derrame s.m.
descarga s.f.
descargo s.m.
desempeño s.m.
despedida s.f.
despedido s.m.
disparo s.m.
tiro s.m.
v.
asestar v.
desacomodar v.
descargar v.
desempeñar v.
despachar v.
despedir v.
disparar v.
separar v.
soltar v.
tirar v.

I
1. dɪs'tʃɑːrdʒ, dɪs'tʃɑːdʒ
transitive verb
1)
a) (release) \<\<prisoner\>\> liberar, poner* en libertad; \<\<patient\>\> dar* de alta; \<\<juror\>\> dispensar; \<\<bankrupt\>\> rehabilitar

I discharged myself from hospital — me di de alta yo mismo del hospital

he was discharged from the army — fue dado de baja del ejército

b) (dismiss) (frml) despedir*
2)
a) (send out) \<\<fumes\>\> despedir*; \<\<electricity\>\> descargar*; \<\<sewage/waste\>\> verter*

to discharge pus — supurar

b) (unload) \<\<cargo\>\> descargar*
c) (shoot) \<\<volley/broadside\>\> descargar*
3)
a) \<\<duty\>\> cumplir con
b) \<\<debt\>\> saldar, liquidar

2.
vi
a) \<\<river\>\> desembocar*, descargar* (téc)
b) \<\<battery\>\> descargarse*

II 'dɪstʃɑːrdʒ, 'dɪstʃɑːdʒ
noun
1) u c (release - from army) baja f; (- from hospital) alta f‡; (- from prison) puesta f en libertad

conditional discharge — (Law) libertad f condicional

2)
a) c (Med) secreción f; (vaginal discharge) flujo m (vaginal)
b) c u (of toxic fumes, gases) emisión f; (of sewage, waste) vertido m
c) c u (Elec) descarga f
3) u (of debt, liabilities) liquidación f, pago m; (of duty) (frml) cumplimiento m
1. N
['dɪstʃɑːdʒ]
1) [of cargo] descarga f ; [of gun] descarga f , disparo m
2) (=release) [of patient] alta f ; [of prisoner] liberación f , puesta f en libertad; [of bankrupt] rehabilitación f

he got his discharge — (Mil) lo licenciaron

3) (=dismissal) [of worker] despido m ; (Mil) baja f
4) (=emission) (Elec) descarga f ; [of liquid, waste] vertido m ; [of gas, chemicals] emisión f ; (Med) (from wound) secreción f , supuración f ; (from vagina) flujo m vaginal
5) (=completion) [of duty] ejercicio m , cumplimiento m
2. VT
[dɪs'tʃɑːdʒ]
1) (=unload) [+ ship, cargo] descargar
2) (=fire) [+ gun] descargar, disparar; [+ shot] hacer; [+ arrow] disparar
3) (=release) [+ patient] dar de alta, dar el alta a; [+ prisoner] liberar, poner en libertad; [+ bankrupt] rehabilitar

they discharged him from hospital on Monday — le dieron de or el alta el lunes

4) (=dismiss) [+ employee] despedir; [+ soldier] dar de baja del ejército
5) (=emit) [+ liquid, waste] verter; [+ gas, chemicals] emitir; (Med) [+ pus] segregar, supurar
6) (=settle) [+ debt] saldar
7) (=complete) [+ task, duty] cumplir
3.
VI [dɪs'tʃɑːdʒ]
[river] desembocar (into en); [battery] decargarse; [wound, sore] supurar
* * *

I
1. [dɪs'tʃɑːrdʒ, dɪs'tʃɑːdʒ]
transitive verb
1)
a) (release) \<\<prisoner\>\> liberar, poner* en libertad; \<\<patient\>\> dar* de alta; \<\<juror\>\> dispensar; \<\<bankrupt\>\> rehabilitar

I discharged myself from hospital — me di de alta yo mismo del hospital

he was discharged from the army — fue dado de baja del ejército

b) (dismiss) (frml) despedir*
2)
a) (send out) \<\<fumes\>\> despedir*; \<\<electricity\>\> descargar*; \<\<sewage/waste\>\> verter*

to discharge pus — supurar

b) (unload) \<\<cargo\>\> descargar*
c) (shoot) \<\<volley/broadside\>\> descargar*
3)
a) \<\<duty\>\> cumplir con
b) \<\<debt\>\> saldar, liquidar

2.
vi
a) \<\<river\>\> desembocar*, descargar* (téc)
b) \<\<battery\>\> descargarse*

II ['dɪstʃɑːrdʒ, 'dɪstʃɑːdʒ]
noun
1) u c (release - from army) baja f; (- from hospital) alta f‡; (- from prison) puesta f en libertad

conditional discharge — (Law) libertad f condicional

2)
a) c (Med) secreción f; (vaginal discharge) flujo m (vaginal)
b) c u (of toxic fumes, gases) emisión f; (of sewage, waste) vertido m
c) c u (Elec) descarga f
3) u (of debt, liabilities) liquidación f, pago m; (of duty) (frml) cumplimiento m

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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