discard

  • 1Discard — im TCP/IP‑Protokollstapel: Anwendung Discard Transport UDP TCP Internet IP (IPv4, IPv6) Netzzugang Ethern …

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  • 2Discard — may refer to: Discard Protocol, a service in the Internet Protocol Suite Discard (for SSDs), a parameter in Linux to enable TRIM for SSDs Discard (EP), an album by Figurine Related articles Discards, the parts of a fish which are not kept after… …

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  • 3discard — vb Discard, cast, shed, molt, slough, scrap, junk mean to get rid of as of no further use, value, or service. Discard literally denotes the getting rid of a card from one s hand in a card game, usually because they are worthless or can be… …

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  • 4Discard (EP) — Discard EP by Figurine Released May 2002 Genre Electronic Label 555 Records …

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  • 5Discard — Dis*card , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Discarded}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Discarding}.] 1. (Card Playing) To throw out of one s hand, as superfluous cards; to lay aside (a card or cards). [1913 Webster] 2. To cast off as useless or as no longer of service; to …

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  • 6Discard — Dis*card , v. i. (Card Playing) To make a discard. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7discard — [dis kärd′; ] for n. [ dis′kärd΄] vt. [OFr descarter, prob. < des + carte: see DIS & CARD1] 1. Card Games a) to remove (a card or cards) from one s hand b) to play (a card not a trump and not in the suit led) when holding no cards in the suit… …

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  • 8Discard — Dis*card , n. (Card Playing) The act of discarding; also, the card or cards discarded. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9discard — I noun castaway, castoff, debris, declasse, derelict, detritus, evacue, foundling, leaving, oddment, proscrit, reject, remainder, remnant, waste II index abandon (relinquish) …

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  • 10discard — (v.) 1590s, lit. to throw a card away, from DIS (Cf. dis ) away + CARD (Cf. card) (n.). Figurative use (in a non gaming sense) is first recorded 1580s. In the card playing sense, decard is attested by 1550s. Related: Discarded; discarding. As a… …

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  • 11discard — [v] get rid of abandon, abdicate, abjure, adios*, banish, can*, cancel, cashier, cast aside, chuck, deep six*, desert, dispatch, dispense with, dispose of, dispossess, ditch, divorce, do away with, drop, dump, eject, eliminate, expel, forsake,… …

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  • 12discard — ► VERB ▪ get rid of as no longer useful or desirable. ► NOUN ▪ a discarded item. DERIVATIVES discardable adjective. ORIGIN originally in the sense «reject (a playing card)»; from DIS (Cf. ↑dis ) + CARD(Cf. ↑ …

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  • 13DISCARD — The DISCARD protocol is an Internet protocol defined in RFC 863. It is intended for testing and measurement purposes.A host may send data to a host that supports the DISCARD protocol, on either TCP or UDP port 9. Everything sent to the server is… …

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  • 14discard — 01. In one year, the hotels here in town [discard] 70,000 kilograms of little bars of soap. 02. From time to time, as crabs grow, their shells become too small, and must be [discarded]. They then have a new soft shell underneath which slowly… …

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  • 15discard — I. verb Date: circa 1586 transitive verb 1. to get rid of especially as useless or unwanted < a pile of discarded tires > 2. a. to remove (a playing card) from one s hand b. to play (any card except a trump) from a suit different from the one led …

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  • 16Discard EP — Infobox Album | Name = Discard Type = EP Artist = Figurine Released = May 2002 Format = CD, 12 Recorded = Genre = Electronic Length = Label = 555 Records Producer = David Figurine James Figurine Reviews = Last album = IMpossible (2001) This album …

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