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(1) [動ラ五(四)] "Discharge" is a term used by dam enthusiasts to indicate that water is being discharged from a dam. Originally derived from the English word "discharge," meaning to discharge. It was proposed by Masaki Hagiwara on Twitter. The word "dam" means "dam is discharging," and "crest gate to..." means "from the crest gate."

Masaki Hagiwara's tweets on Twitter

If you see a dam discharging, you say, "I'm DISCHARGING! (Discharging!)" How about that?

(2) A slang term meaning "to despise and attack. It is derived from the English prefix "dis" meaning antonym or "disrespect" meaning contempt. It arose mainly in the Hip-Hop world.

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Shin Jinma

Dam enthusiast who loves Momosuke Fukuzawa / Dampedia and Dam News administrator / Certified Dammeister (01-018) by the Japan Dam Foundation / Started selling discharge caution goods.

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