Detailed Translations for discard from English to Spanish


to discard verb (discards, discarded, discarding)

  1. to discard
  2. to discard
  3. to discard (dispose)
  4. to discard
    – To remove something. 1
  5. to discard
    – To remove a file from the Microsoft Office Document Cache without deleting it on the server. 1

Conjugations for discard:

  1. discard
  2. discard
  3. discards
  4. discard
  5. discard
  6. discard
simple past
  1. discarded
  2. discarded
  3. discarded
  4. discarded
  5. discarded
  6. discarded
present perfect
  1. have discarded
  2. have discarded
  3. has discarded
  4. have discarded
  5. have discarded
  6. have discarded
past continuous
  1. was discarding
  2. were discarding
  3. was discarding
  4. were discarding
  5. were discarding
  6. were discarding
  1. shall discard
  2. will discard
  3. will discard
  4. shall discard
  5. will discard
  6. will discard
continuous present
  1. am discarding
  2. are discarding
  3. is discarding
  4. are discarding
  5. are discarding
  6. are discarding
  1. be discarded
  2. be discarded
  3. be discarded
  4. be discarded
  5. be discarded
  6. be discarded
  1. discard!
  2. let's discard!
  3. discarded
  4. discarding
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for discard:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
descartar shifting away; sliding away
despedir discharge; dismissal; firing; resignation
echar throwing out
tirar edition; print; printing; throwing out
- throwing away
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abolir discard
descartar discard decline; denounce; disapprove; disclaim; dismiss; disqualify; drift; expel; go adrift; ignore; make leeway; object to; outvote; refuse; reject; repudiate; ricochet; spurn; turn down; vote down
desechar discard be discharged; cast out; discharge; dismiss; fire; lay off; sack; throw away; throw out
desembarazar de discard; dispose
deshacerse de discard; dispose clean; clear away; discharge; disgorge; drain; empty; expel; knock off; push off; put away; remove; sell; shove off; tidy up
despedir discard be discharged; cast out; declaim; decline; discharge; dismiss; fire; force to resign; lay off; orate; recite; refuse; reject; sack; see someone off; send; throw out; turn down; wave someone goodbye
despedir a discard
desprenderse de discard; dispose be fulfilled; come true; strip
echar discard add; allow; ban; banish; cast; direct; discharge; disgorge; dismiss; dispel; donate; drain; drive away; drive off; drive out; drop; empty; exile; exorcise; exorcize; expel; fire; fling; give; guide; heave; hurl; lay off; lead; move house; ostracise; ostracize; point the direction; pour; pour in; pour some more; release; remove; repel; sack; send; sprinkle; throw; throw away; throw out
suprimir discard abolish; annul; break up; disband; dissolve; elbow out; nullify; push aside; push away; rescind; scrap; shut down; undo
tirar discard cast; cast off; drop; fire; fire a shot; fling; fusillade; heave; hurl; knock over; pitch; pull out; pull the trigger; push over; shoot; stretch; throw; throw away; throw down; throw in; throw off; throw on the ground; throw out; tighten; upset
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- reject; scrap

Synonyms for "discard":

Related Definitions for "discard":

  1. getting rid something that is regarded as useless or undesirable2
  2. (cards) the act of throwing out a useless card or of failing to follow suit2
  3. anything that is cast aside or discarded2
  4. To remove something.1
  5. To remove a file from the Microsoft Office Document Cache without deleting it on the server.1

Wiktionary Translations for discard:

  1. to throw away, reject

Cross Translation:
discard rehusar; devolver; refutar; rechazar; suspender; echar rejeter — Traductions à trier suivant le sens