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discharge

  

      vb  
1    absolve, acquit, allow to go, clear, exonerate, free, liberate, pardon, release, set free  
      n  
2    acquittal, clearance, exoneration, liberation, pardon, release, remittance  
      vb  
3    cashier, discard, dismiss, eject, expel, fire     (informal)   give (someone) the boot     (slang)   give (someone) the sack     (informal)   oust, remove, sack     (informal)  
      n  
4    congé, demobilization, dismissal, ejection, the boot     (slang)   the (old) heave-ho     (informal)   the order of the boot     (slang)   the sack     (informal)  
      vb  
5    detonate, explode, fire, let loose     (informal)   let off, set off, shoot  
      n  
6    blast, burst, detonation, discharging, explosion, firing, fusillade, report, salvo, shot, volley  
      vb  
7    disembogue, dispense, emit, empty, excrete, exude, give off, gush, leak, ooze, pour forth, release, void  
      n  
8    emission, emptying, excretion, flow, ooze, pus, secretion, seepage, suppuration, vent, voiding  
      vb  
9    disburden, lighten, off-load, remove, unburden, unload  
      n  
10    disburdening, emptying, unburdening, unloading  
      vb  
11    accomplish, carry out, do, execute, fulfil, observe, perform  
      n  
12    accomplishment, achievement, execution, fulfilment, observance, performance  
      vb  
13    clear, honour, meet, pay, relieve, satisfy, settle, square up  
      n  
14    payment, satisfaction, settlement  
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n.
discharge
exp.
not an easy task
n.
1. The discharge or release of a person appearing in court of all criminal charges because they have been found not guilty. 2. A release from an obligation, duty, or debt.
legal E.g After the clear acquittal from the judge, he had to start his life all over again.
n.
Public Health principal task of a Samu . Reception Evaluation, Triaging of Medical Emergencies through Medical Hotline.
See also Medical Regulator Physician
n.
free time spent taking care also of work-related tasks
formed based on "work" and "leisure"

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