ADJ. thick | nasal, vaginal, etc. | effluent, industrial, sewage, waste | electrical, radioactive thunder and lightning caused by an electrical discharge
PREP. ~ from a thick discharge from the nose
2 from court
ADJ. absolute | conditional
VERB + DISCHARGE give He was given an absolute discharge but banned from driving for 12 months.
1 from army/navy, etc.
ADV. dishonourably, honourably
PREP. from He was found guilty and dishonourably discharged from the army.
2 from prison/court
ADV. conditionally He was conditionally discharged after admitting the theft.
PREP. from, into Raw sewage was discharged from the treatment plant directly into the river.