- 1A person or thing that discharges something, in particular:More example sentences
- Dharma also sells a color discharger for removing dye from fabric.
- Nitrus altered the direction of the energy dischargers, turning up the speed once again.
- You can try Rit color discharger or a similar product that is available at www.dharmatrading.com.
- 1.1A person or organization that allows industrial waste or other harmful substances to be released into the environment.More example sentences
- As a favor to utility and coal industries, the country's largest mercury dischargers, the organisation sat for nine months on a report exposing the catastrophic impact on children's health of mercury, finally releasing it in February 2003.
- He has been in a number of programs, including the conduct of monitoring surveys, setting standards for industrial dischargers, standards for drinking water, and protection/enhancement of ocean and coastal waters.
- But he maintains, ‘under the program, this water would still be defined as pollution,’ requiring dischargers to acquire permits.
- 1.2A device that releases nerve gas or other substances for military purposes.More example sentences
- There are six smoke grenade dischargers, three fitted either side of the main gun.
- Three smoke grenade dischargers are mounted on each side of the turret.
- By performing some tasks, the player can set some objects into action; either gates of a hangar will open, or radars will start working or a discharger will fire a rocket.
- 1.3An apparatus for releasing or neutralizing an electric charge.More example sentences
- To enable the control module to function as a battery discharger, a number of additional hardware components are required.
- This is combined with a built in discharger to give a very nice charging system.
- Commonly available R/C car battery dischargers work on single packs of between 4 and 10 cells.
More definitions of dischargerDefinition of discharger in:
- The US English dictionary