To throw out of one's hand, as superfluous cards; to lay aside (a card or cards).
To cast off as useless or as no longer of service; to dismiss from employment, confidence, or favor; to discharge; to turn away.
The act of discarding; also, the card or cards discarded.
(1) (verb) play a plain-suit card of a suit other than the one led;(2) (noun) a card thus played.
Cards no longer required by players.
To throw cards out of your hand to make room for replacement cards.
To play a card that is neither of the suit led, nor trump (and therefore has no chance to win the trick). Also, the card so played.
A card that is removed from play, usually because it has been exposed during play or accidentally. It can also be used in a general sense, "the discard," to refer to all such cards.
Place card on your discard pile.
throwing a card of another suit because you have none of the required suit left.
Replacing cards in your hand to try and improve it.
To remove a card from play, from someone's deck, or from someone's hand. No matter where the cards came from, they go to the discard pile of the person they belong to.
anything that is cast aside or discarded
(cards) the act of throwing out a useless card or to failing to follow suit
getting rid something that is regarded as useless or undesirable
throw or cast away; "Put away your worries"
To throw your cards away.
Remove from play permanently (place in the dead pile).
v. To play a card from the hand to the table to end one's turn. n. The card played to the table to end one's turn.
To exchange old cards for new cards during the hand.
During the game, playing a card that is neither of the suit led nor a trump.
Dumping cards in poker to take others instead
When a player cannot follow suit, any card played which cannot possibly win the trick is considered a discard. This term is synonymous with slough.
Dropping a backpack off useless ammo, usually for teammates to pick up. For example, medics don't need rockets, but when they pick up ammo packs in the resupply they will get rockets. Pressing the discard key drops a backpack containing rockets, for soldiers to pick up.
To toss aside a card which you do not want to use. Used with Draw , and variations of Stud Poker.
a card played in a suit other than the suit led, and other than a trump
In a draw game, to throw cards out of your hand to make room for replacements, or the card(s) thrown away; the muck.
to throw something away
That which comprises the muck, being cards thrown away in the course of a hand: in a draw game for instance, one would discard to make room for replacement cards.
Cards permanently removed from play.
The act of releasing one or more cards from one's hand.
In a draw game, a card that was thrown away by a player, to be replaced by another card.
Typically if you're told to "discard" a card, it means to discard it from your hand to the discard pile. ( Things in play are destroyed, not discarded.) Unless a discard is specifically stated as random, the Player discarding may choose which card or cards to discard.
To throw away one or more cards from your hand.
A card that is not held when drawing replacement cards.
To take a previously dealt card out of play. The set of all discards for a deal is called the "muck" or the "deadwood".
To exchange old cards for new cards during the draw or twist.
A card or cards no longer wanted by the players and disposed of into the discard pile.
to place a card on the Waste pile, either dealing it from Stock or eliminating it in an elimination game.