predischarge

adjective
pre·dis·charge | \ ˌprē-ˈdis-ˌchärj , -dis-ˈchärj \
variants: or pre-discharge

Definition of predischarge 

: occurring before discharge (such as discharge from military service or the discharge of a debt) military predischarge programs All debtors must attend a two-hour course on managing finances in order to receive a bankruptcy discharge. This is sometimes referred to as budget counseling, debtor education, or predischarge counseling. —Stephen Elias et al.

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1918, in the meaning defined above

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