discharge from

discharge (someone or something) from (something)

1. To release someone from something. Based on these X-rays, your foot has healed completely, and I can discharge you from my care.
2. To fire someone from a job. Phil was discharged from his job once he was caught embezzling money.
3. To shoot something from a gun. I discharged another bullet from my gun but still missed the target.
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discharge someone from something

 
1. . to fire someone from a job. The manager discharged Walter from his position with the bank. Walter was discharged from his job.
2. to permit a person to leave a place, such as a hospital or the armed service. They discharged her from the hospital today. She was well enough to be discharged from the hospital.
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discharge something from something

to fire a round from a gun. I discharged two bullets from the gun accidentally. Randy discharged about twenty rounds from his automatic rifle.
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References in classic literature ?
At that instant the whoop was given, and a dozen Hurons fell by a discharge from Chingachgook and his band.
The braid itself can act as a conductor and when the discharge from the air touches the braid, it will create discharges.
The checklist included daily assessment of impediments to timely discharge from the ICU (e.g., safety risks, pain management, immobility, ventilator support), followed by identification of goals to improve time to discharge from the ICU (e.g., nutritional advancement, mobility, weaning from mechanical ventilation).
3) construction of a new ro cip waste sump for the collection of ro cip discharge from the ro trains cip systems.
Sugimoto, "DC corona discharge from water droplets on a hydrophobic surface," Journal of Electrostatics, Vol.
(4) Since the advent of day procedure surgical units there has been an increasing trend towards the use of similar objective scoring systems to aid decision-making and quantify patient readiness for discharge from PACU.
Whether it is an aging senior who requires home aids or a surgical patient who requires acute care, the discharge coordinator in conjunction with the health care team develops a plan for discharge from the hospital setting.
Despite reports showing night discharge from an intensive care unit (ICU) is associated with increased mortality, it is unknown if this has resulted in changes in practice in recent years Our aim was to determine prevalence, trends and effect on patient outcome of discharge timing from I CU throughout Australia and New Zealand.
A 40-year-old woman was referred to our department with a 1-year history of a discharge from the right ear and associated hearing loss.
The goal of the exercise, said LaCoss, was to have the containers rolling out of Concord 24 hours after discharge from the ship.
OBRA guidelines define restorative nursing as the continuation of therapy by nursing following rehabilitation, with nursing responsible for both maintaining the status of the resident after discharge from rehabilitation, and documenting efforts to restore as much functional independence as possible.
Under the provision, assuming that J has elect to exclude $50,000 of that discharge from gross income.
Clients were classified as anergic or hyperactive non-compliers depending upon the type of behavior they emitted that caused their discharge from therapy (see above).