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discard 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/disˈkärd/,
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discarding, present participle; discarded, past tense; discards, 3rd person singular present; discarded, past participle;
  1. Get rid of (someone or something) as no longer useful or desirable
    • - Hilary bundled up the clothes she had discarded
  2. (in bridge, whist, and similar card games) Play (a card that is neither of the suit led nor a trump), when one is unable to follow suit

Noun
  1. A person or thing rejected as no longer useful or desirable

  2. (in bridge, whist, and similar card games) A card played which is neither of the suit led nor a trump, when one is unable to follow suit


  1. anything that is cast aside or discarded
  2. throw or cast away; "Put away your worries"
  3. (cards) the act of throwing out a useless card or of failing to follow suit
  4. getting rid something that is regarded as useless or undesirable
  5. (discarded) cast-off(a): thrown away; "wearing someone's cast-off clothes"; "throwaway children living on the streets"; "salvaged some thrown-away furniture"
  6. The Discard Protocol is a service in the Internet Protocol Suite defined in RFC 863. It is intended for testing, debugging, and measurement purposes.
  7. In the card game of contract bridge, the partners defending against a contract may choose particular cards to play to communicate a signal.
  8. Discard is an EP by Figurine released in 2002 on 555 Records.
  9. Discards are the portion of a catch of fish which is not retained on board during commercial fishing operations and is returned, often dead or dying, to the sea. ...
  10. (The Discarded) "The Discarded" (1959) is a short story by Harlan Ellison.
  11. Anything discarded; A discarded playing card in a card game; to throw away, to reject
  12. (Discarding) The third stage of change, in which employees accept that change will occur and decide to discard their old ways of doing things.
  13. (Discarding) a less emotive description for the disposal (or ‘dumping’ or ‘trashing’) of unsaleable catch, dead or alive, during or after fishing operations (see also bycatch, non-target species).
  14. (Discards) The cards that have already been dealt.
  15. (Discards) Fish thrown back into the water after they are caught.
  16. (Discards) All of the used or burned cards removed from play.
  17. (Discards) The components of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) remaining after recovery for recycling and composting. These discards are presumably combusted or disposed of in landfills, although some MSW is littered, stored, disposed of on site or burned on site, particularly in rural areas.
  18. (discards) gets rid of something
  19. To take a previously dealt card out of play. The set of all discards for a deal is called the "muck" or the "deadwood".
  20. The data in any row marked as "Discard" will be excluded from the XML output. Data mapping in Step 3: Crosswalk will always show that row, however, labelled as "Discard." Thus, a previously discarded field can be un-discarded in a later mapping.
  21. A rejected tile which may be claimed by another player.
  22. To throw away, reject, or dump a portion of the catch at-sea or at the dock before processing.
  23. To move a card from its owner's hand to that player's graveyard. See rule 701.7, "Discard."
  24. a card from their hand and draw a new one from the deck.
  25. The Wii Remote is placed face-down, only to be picked up when suggested by the game