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This may seem like a trivial question. Obviously, you can let the battery or batteries "sit" in the device and they will discharge over time. In the case of Ni-Cad type batteries too much discharge can cause them to have reverse polarity.
First what type of battery is it, what its application?
For car batteries and almost any battery leave the device that it is powering on until it drains the battery.
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