Sinónimos de discharge en inglés:

discharge


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1‘he was discharged from the RAF’

SINÓNIMOS
dismiss, remove, eject, expel, deprive of office, get rid of, throw out, oust
let go, give someone notice, lay off
Britanico make redundant
cashier
coloquial sack, give someone the sack, fire, axe, send packing, give someone the boot, boot out, give someone their cards, give someone their marching orders, give someone the heave-ho, give someone the push, give someone the bullet, show someone the door
Britanico coloquial turf out
ANTÓNIMOS

recruit, engage

2‘he was discharged from prison’

SINÓNIMOS
release, liberate, free, set free, let go, let out, allow to leave, let loose, set loose, turn loose
acquit, clear, absolve, pardon, exonerate, reprieve, exculpate
deliver, spare, exempt
emancipate
coloquial let off, let off the hook
historical manumit
ANTÓNIMOS

imprison

3‘oil is routinely discharged from ships’

SINÓNIMOS
send out, pour, release, eject, emit, let out, void, issue, dispense, give off, exude, excrete, ooze, leak, gush, jet
extravasate
literario disembogue
ANTÓNIMOS

absorb

4‘he accidentally discharged a pistol’

SINÓNIMOS
fire, shoot, let off, set off, loose off, trigger, explode, detonate

5‘there is an elevator for discharging grain from ships’

SINÓNIMOS
unload, offload, empty, unburden, disburden, remove, relieve
deliver, deposit, put off
marginal unlade
ANTÓNIMOS

load

6‘the bank had failed to discharge its supervisory duties’

SINÓNIMOS
carry out, perform, conduct, do
complete, accomplish, achieve, fulfil, execute, implement, dispatch, bring off, bring about, effect
observe, abide by, stand by
marginal effectuate

7‘the executor must discharge the funeral expenses’

SINÓNIMOS
pay, pay off, pay in full, settle, settle up, clear, honour, meet, liquidate, satisfy, defray, make good
coloquial square

nombre

1‘his discharge from the service’

SINÓNIMOS
dismissal, release, removal, ejection, ousting, expulsion, congé
cashiering
coloquial the sack, firing, axing, the axe, the boot, one's marching orders, the heave-ho, the push, the bullet
ANTÓNIMOS

recruitment

2‘she was given an absolute discharge by the magistrates’

SINÓNIMOS
release, liberation
acquittal, clearance, clearing
absolution, pardon, exoneration, reprieve, amnesty, exculpation
coloquial let-off, letting off
historical manumission
ANTÓNIMOS

conviction

3‘there was a discharge of diesel oil into the river’

SINÓNIMOS
leak, leaking, emission, release, exuding, oozing, excretion, ejection
emptying, voiding, voidance
literario disemboguing

4‘symptoms include a watery discharge from the eyes’

SINÓNIMOS
emission, secretion, excretion, exudate, effusion
flow, ooze, seepage, suppuration
pus, matter

5‘he killed eight birds with a single discharge of his gun’

SINÓNIMOS
shot, shooting, firing, discharging, explosion, detonation
blast, crack, bang, pop, report
burst, volley, salvo, fusillade, barrage
gunfire

6‘we have two hundred passengers and freight for discharge’

SINÓNIMOS
unloading, offloading, unburdening, disburdening, removal, removing, relieving
emptying
delivering, deposit
marginal unlading
ANTÓNIMOS

loading

7‘the teachers appeared somewhat lax in the discharge of their duties’

SINÓNIMOS
carrying out, performance, performing, conduct, doing
completion, accomplishment, achievement, fulfilment, execution, implementation, dispatch, effectuation
observance

8‘the residue of the estate after the discharge of all debts’

SINÓNIMOS
payment, repayment, paying, paying off, settlement, settling, settling up, clearance, clearing, honouring, meeting, liquidation, defraying, making good
coloquial squaring