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Flush vs Discharge - What's the difference?

flush | discharge |


As nouns the difference between flush and discharge

is that flush is a group of birds that have suddenly started up from undergrowth, trees etc or flush can be a sudden flowing; a rush which fills or overflows, as of water for cleansing purposes or flush can be (poker) a hand consisting of all cards with the same suit while discharge is (symptom) (uncountable ) pus or exudate (other than blood) from a wound or orifice, usually due to infection or pathology.

As verbs the difference between flush and discharge

is that flush is to cause to take flight from concealment or flush can be to cleanse by flooding with generous quantities of a fluid while discharge is to accomplish or complete, as an obligation.

As an adjective flush

is smooth, even, aligned; not sticking out.

Dispense vs Discharge - What's the difference?

dispense | discharge |


As verbs the difference between dispense and discharge

is that dispense is while discharge is to accomplish or complete, as an obligation.

As a noun discharge is

(symptom) (uncountable ) pus or exudate (other than blood) from a wound or orifice, usually due to infection or pathology.

Disengage vs Discharge - What's the difference?

disengage | discharge |


As nouns the difference between disengage and discharge

is that disengage is (fencing) a circular movement of the blade that avoids the opponent's parry while discharge is (symptom) (uncountable ) pus or exudate (other than blood) from a wound or orifice, usually due to infection or pathology.

As verbs the difference between disengage and discharge

is that disengage is (ambitransitive) to release or loosen from something that binds, holds, entangles, or interlocks; unfasten; detach; disentangle; free while discharge is to accomplish or complete, as an obligation.

Empty vs Discharge - What's the difference?

empty | discharge |


As verbs the difference between empty and discharge

is that empty is (ergative) to make empty; to void; to remove the contents of while discharge is to accomplish or complete, as an obligation.

As nouns the difference between empty and discharge

is that empty is a container, especially a bottle, whose contents have been used up, leaving it empty while discharge is (symptom) (uncountable ) pus or exudate (other than blood) from a wound or orifice, usually due to infection or pathology.

As an adjective empty

is devoid of content; containing nothing or nobody; vacant.

Retire vs Discharge - What's the difference?

retire | discharge |


As verbs the difference between retire and discharge

is that retire is while discharge is to accomplish or complete, as an obligation.

As a noun discharge is

(symptom) (uncountable ) pus or exudate (other than blood) from a wound or orifice, usually due to infection or pathology.

Discharge vs Let_go - What's the difference?

discharge | let_go | Related terms |

Discharge is a related term of let_go.


As verbs the difference between discharge and let_go

is that discharge is to accomplish or complete, as an obligation while let_go is .

As a noun discharge

is (symptom) (uncountable ) pus or exudate (other than blood) from a wound or orifice, usually due to infection or pathology.

Discharge vs Leak - What's the difference?

discharge | leak |


As verbs the difference between discharge and leak

is that discharge is to accomplish or complete, as an obligation while leak is to allow fluid to escape or enter something that should be sealed.

As nouns the difference between discharge and leak

is that discharge is (symptom) (uncountable ) pus or exudate (other than blood) from a wound or orifice, usually due to infection or pathology while leak is a crack, crevice, fissure, or hole which admits water or other fluid, or lets it escape.

As an adjective leak is

(obsolete) leaky.

Discharge vs Emissions - What's the difference?

discharge | emissions |


As verbs the difference between discharge and emissions

is that discharge is to accomplish or complete, as an obligation while emissions is .

As nouns the difference between discharge and emissions

is that discharge is (symptom) (uncountable ) pus or exudate (other than blood) from a wound or orifice, usually due to infection or pathology while emissions is .

Drive_out vs Discharge - What's the difference?

drive_out | discharge | Related terms |

Drive_out is a related term of discharge.


As verbs the difference between drive_out and discharge

is that drive_out is (idiomatic) to push or to pull, ie to force, (someone or something) out of somewhere while discharge is to accomplish or complete, as an obligation.

As a noun discharge is

(symptom) (uncountable ) pus or exudate (other than blood) from a wound or orifice, usually due to infection or pathology.

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