discharging or being discharge
that which is discharged
unload cargo from a ship
give or send out liquid, gas, electric current, etc.
fire a gun, etc.; let fly an arrow or other missile
pay a debt
perform a duty
"the discharge of pus"
"discharge one's duties"
"The gun fired"
"The suspect was cleared of the murder charges"
"combustion products are exhausted in the engine"
"the plant releases a gas"
"unload the cargo"
"drop off the passengers at the hotel"
"fire a gun"
"fire a bullet"
"The room emptied"
I sent for a notary, and caused him to draw up a general release or discharge.
I discharge thee of thy prisoner.
出自：Much Ado about Nothing , Shakespeare
The captain ordered his men to discharge the cargo from the ship at Keelung Dock.
船长命令下级在基隆卸下船上的货物。 discharge sth from sth
The boy discharged a stone from a sling.
这个男孩用弹弓把石头射了出去。 discharge sb from sth
They discharged him from prison.
The man was discharged from his post.
She was discharged from the company.
The river Thames discharges itself into the sea some miles east of London.
The factory discharge its waste into the river.
Factories chimneys discharge smoke into the atmosphere.