Discharge

Business / Agriculture / Discharge: In water resources, the term refers to the flow of surface water in a stream or canal or the outflow of ground water from a flowing artisan well, ditch, or spring. In environmental protection, the term is used synonymously with effluent or emission as a term of point source pollution release.

Other Words for Discharge

Discharge Adjective Synonyms: release, let out, dismiss, let go, send away, pardon, exonerate, liberate, (set) free, acquit, let off, absolve
Discharge Verb Synonyms: expel, oust, dismiss, cashier, eject, give notice, sack, give (someone) the sack, fire, kick out
Discharge Noun Synonyms: shooting, firing (off), report, shot, salvo, fusillade, volley, detonation, explosion, burst
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Discharge Of Contract

Business / Real Estate / Discharge Of Contract: A contract is discharged when the agreement is terminated. Obviously, the most desirable case is when a contract terminates because it has been completely performed, with all its terms carried out. Ho MORE

Wrongful Discharge

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Wrongful Discharge: An exception to the at-will employment doctrine, wrongful discharge/termination is the unjust or unfair termination of an employee based on breach of a written or oral implied contract or a violation MORE

Discharge Planning

Health / Dentistry / Discharge Planning: Identifying a patient's health care needs after discharge from inpatient care MORE

Electro-Static Discharge (ESD)

Technology / Computers / Electro-Static Discharge (ESD): The grounding of static electricity. A sudden flow of electricity between two objects. The primary cause of integrated circuit damage and failure. Static can be picked up by the technician if he is no MORE

Retaliatory Discharge

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Retaliatory Discharge: A form of discriminatory discharge that occurs when an employer dismisses an employee as retaliation against the employee for a specific action. MORE

Constructive Discharge

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Constructive Discharge: Occurs when a manager/supervisor or employer makes working conditions so unbearable or abusive that a reasonable person believes that resignation is the only appropriate action to take. MORE

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