- (cards) the act of throwing out a useless card or of failing to follow suit
- getting rid something that is regarded as useless or undesirable
- anything that is cast aside or discarded
- I'll discard my old jacket.
- Start of discard declaration
- Discard the effluent.
- Discard the washings.
- DIS: discard declaration
- Daily discard of each species
- Date of discard (YYYY-MM-DD)
- Discard unused solution after one month.
- Time of discard (HH:MM in UTC)
- discard data is used in stock assessment working groups,
- Moreover the construction of a discard-processing plant was abandoned as the discard processing is run by a subcontractor , which is a more cost-efficient solution.
- In addition to point 10 above, the description of the discard stage of the process should include the discard method (disposal or storage).
- content range or expected upper limits for each category of solid or liquid discard material.
- content range or expected upper limits for each category of solid or liquid discard material;
- Furthermore, the national central banks may discard bids which are incomplete or which do not follow the pro forma example.