vent

listen to the pronunciation of vent
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} delik
He vented his fury on the dog öfkesini köpekten çık
{f} açığa vurmak
hava menfezi
(İnşaat) hava bacası
havalandırma deliği

Hiçbir havalandırma deliğini kapatmayın. - Do not block any ventilation openings.

dışa vurmak
çıkarma
havalandırma

Hiçbir havalandırma deliğini kapatmayın. - Do not block any ventilation openings.

Bu odanın havalandırması iyi. - This room has fine ventilation.

volkan ağzı
{f} havalandırmak
boşalma yeri
mahreç
(on ile) (sinirini/vb.) -den çıkarmak
(Nükleer Bilimler) menfez
kaçacak yer
{f} havalandırma yap
(palto/ceket/vb.) yırtmaç
{i} kaçış deliği
{i} yırtmaç
{f} gaz veya
{i} yanardağ ağzı
(isim) kıç (balık, kus), delik, ağız, hava deliği, burun deliği (su samuru), yanardağ ağzı, yarık, yırtmaç, kaçacak delik
{i} yarık
{f} -de hava menfezi açmak
{f} hava almaya çıkmak
{i} hava deliği
{i} kıç balık
{i} burun deliği (su samuru)
{f} çıkarmak
{i} (gaz veya sıvının giriş çıkışını sağlayan) delik
{i} ağız
give vent to açığa vurmak
{i} kaçacak delik
hayvan kıçı
{i} kus
(Tıp) Karna ait, batni
{f} delik açmak
top falyası
{f} belli etmek
çıkıt
(Tıp) Karın, batın
çıkak
(Tıp) Delilik, menfez, cerahatın dışarı aktığı delik
kıç (balık, kuş)
baca deliği
(Tekstil) kesik aralığı
(İnşaat) Kanat
boşaltma
havalık
vent hole
havalık
vent hole
(Havacılık) boşaltma deliği
vent hole
hava alma deliği
vent pipe
havalandırma borusu
vent screw
hava boşaltma vidası
vent stack
hava borusu
vent stack
havalık
vent tube
(Otomotiv) havalandırma borusu
vent valve
boşaltma valfı
vent fury
öfke havalandırma
vent plug
hava boşaltma tapasi
vent breccia
(Jeoloji) baca breşi
vent conglomerate
(Jeoloji) baca konglomerası
vent cover
havalandırma kaportası
vent duct
havalandırma boruları
vent filter
hava filtresi
vent grille
(Otomotiv) havalandırma ızgarası
vent hole
havalandırma deliği
vent hole
hava deliği
vent hose
(Otomotiv) havalandırma hortumu
vent lever
havalandırma kolu
vent line
(Nükleer Bilimler) boşaltma hattı
vent nozzle
(Otomotiv) havalandırma memesi
vent nozzle
(Otomotiv) havalandırma nozulu
vent nozzle bezel
(Otomotiv) havalandırma nozul bileziği
vent nozzle bezel
(Otomotiv) havalandırma memesi bileziği
vent on
-den çıkarmak (öfke/hınç)
vent one's anger on (someone)
hırsını çıkarmak
vent one's anger on (someone)
öfkesini çıkarmak
vent one's spleen
hırsını çıkarmak
vent one's spleen (on)
hıncını çıkarmak
vent one's spleen on
hırsını çıkarmak
vent one's spleen on
hırsını almak
vent one's spleen on smb
hıncını çıkarmak
vent petcock
hava firar musluğu
vent plug
hava boşaltma lapası
vent plug
(Otomotiv) havalandırma tapası
vent plug
hava boşaltma tapası
vent plug
hava firar tapası
vent plug hole
(Otomotiv) havalandırma tapası deliği
vent sash
vasistas
vent solenoid valve
(Otomotiv) havalandırma selenoid valfi
vent stack
(sıhhi tesisata ait) havalık, hava borusu
vent valve
hava firar valfi
vent window
kelebek cam
vent window
(Otomotiv) havalandırma camı
vent window frame
kelebek camı çerçevesi
circuit vent
dolaşık havalık
circuit vent
(Elektrik, Elektronik) havalık borusu
common vent
ortak havalık
crown vent
sifon havalık borusu
crown vent
tepe deliği
give vent to
-i belli etmek
loop vent
dolaşık havalık
side vent
(Otomotiv) yan havalandırma kanalı
vented
havalandırmak
air vent
hava boşaltma deliği
air vent cock
hava boşaltma musluğu
air vent plug
hava boşaltma tapası
gave vent to
açığa vur
give a vent to
açığa vurmak
give vent to
açığa vur

O hislerini açığa vurmaya eğilimlidir. - He is apt to give vent to his feelings.

given vent to
açığa vur
vented
{f} havalandırma yap
venting
tahliye
air vent
Purjör
give vent to
belli etmek
vented
havalandırılmış
air vent
(Mimarlık) havalandırma ağzı hava menfezi
bypass vent
yan boru
constructed vent diameter
(Havacılık) bitmiş baca çapı
continuous vent
primer havalandırma
continuous vent
sürekli havalandırma
find a vent
hırsını almak
find vent
hırsını almak
fixture vent
(İnşaat) armatür havalığı
flue gas vent
(İnşaat,Teknik) baca gazı çekişi
give vent to
-i belli etmek, -i göstermek
give vent to
(deyim) give vent to sth. açığa vurmak,özellikle kızgınlık
give vent to
açığa vurmak
group vent
grup havalığı
hydrothermal vent
hidrotermal baca
individual vent
tekli havalık
local vent
yerel havalandırma borusu
local vent
bölüm havalığı
main vent
ana havalık
skirt vent
(Tekstil) etek yırtmacı
unit vent
birleşik havalık
vacuum vent pipe
(Otomotiv) vakum tahliye borusu
vacuum vent valve
(Otomotiv) vakum tahliye valfi
vol au vent
talaş böreği
waste vent
pissu havalık kolonu
wet vent
ıslak havalık
wet vent
yaş havalık
İngilizce - İngilizce
To allow to escape through a vent

Exhaust is vented to the outside.

To allow gases to escape

The stove vents to the outside.

A slit in the seam of a garment
The excretory opening of lower orders of vertebrates
The opening of a volcano from which lava flows
An opening through which gases, especially air, can pass
(Discuss() this sense) Ventriloquism
To express

He vents his anger violently.

A verbalized frustration
If you vent your feelings, you express them forcefully. She telephoned her best friend to vent her frustration The rioters were prevented from venting their anger on the police
Sale; opportunity to sell; market
{n} a hole, opening, passage, discharge, sale
{v} to let out, open, publish, sell, snuff
Openings in the Earth's crust from which molten rock and volcanic gases escape onto the ground or into the atmosphere Vents may consist of a single circular-shaped structure, a large elongate fissure and fracture, or a tiny ground crack The release of volcanic gases and the eruption of molten rock will result in an assortment of constructional features ranging from enormous shield volcanoes and calderas to fumaroles and small rootless hornitos
(vent) The external opening of the cloaca in reptiles
the opening of a volcano in the earth's crust
The opening at the breech of a firearm, through which fire is communicated to the powder of the charge; touchhole
To utter; to report; to publish
external opening of urinary or genital system of a lower vertebrate a hole for the escape of gas or air a slit in a garment (as in the back seam of a jacket) a fissure in the earth's crust (or in the surface of some other planet) through which molten lava and gases erupt expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen; "air the old winter clothes"; "air out the smoke-filled rooms"
An opening in the Earth's surface through which lava, gases, and hot particles are expelled Also called volcanic vent and volcano
To let out at a vent, or small aperture; to give passage or outlet to
Another word for a sash or panel of a window or door VENT AREA In a fully opened door or window, the area of the opening that will allow passage of air in or out Some building codes require a minimum vent area in a structure, which is usually a percentage of the floor area or the wall area VINYL A shortened form for polyvinyl chloride or PVC (See PVC) VISIBLE LIGHT TRANSMITTANCE (VT) Visible Light Transmittance indicates the amount of available visible light energy that is allowed to pass through a transparent or translucent material This measurement is noted as a percentage figure and the higher the percentage, the more visible light is transmitted through the material
activity that releases or expresses creative energy or emotion; "she had no other outlet for her feelings"; "he gave vent to his anger"
A vent is a hole in something through which air can come in and smoke, gas, or smells can go out. There was a small air vent in the ceiling. = duct
a fissure in the earth's crust (or in the surface of some other planet) through which molten lava and gases erupt
external opening of urinary or genital system of a lower vertebrate
The opening within a volcano through which igneous material is ejected
The surface geyser opening The point at the surface which water exits the geyser
Fig
A small tube from the top of the gun to the firing chamber Used in firing the gun
A pipe that allows air into a drain system to balance the air pressure, preventing the water in the traps from being siphoned off Back to alphabetical list
To suffer to escape from confinement; to let out; to utter; to pour forth; as, to vent passion or complaint
{i} opening for the release of air or gas, aperture; opening in an animal's body for the discharge of waste; means of release or expression (i.e. strong feelings, opinions, etc.); opening in a gun breech from which the charge is ignited
Narrow passage at the die parting which permits air to escape from the die cavity as it is filled with molten metal
The small hole leading from the top of the barrel to the base of the bore, by which a spark is communicated to the charge
a hole for the escape of gas or air
To snuff; to breathe or puff out; to snort
A small aperture designed to provide an outlet from a confined space or a inlet into it Air vents (which are also used for heating and are sometimes called "louvres") are usually situated at the top of the dashboard pointing upward toward the windshield), in the center of the dashboard (directing the airflow out into the middle of the passenger compartment), on each side of the dashboard (sending the air back along the sides to the rear of the vehicle), and in the center underneath the dashboard (directing air into the front footwells)
Any outlet for air that protrudes through the roof deck, such as a pipe or stack Any device installed on the roof, gable or soffit for the purpose of ventilating the underside of the roof deck
an opening designed to convey water vapor or other gasses from an interior to the atmosphere
To sell; to vend
To furnish with a vent; to make a vent in; as, to vent
{f} give expression to (strong feelings or opinions); release air or gas; provide with a vent
Sectional area of the passage for gases divided by the length of the same passage in feet
The narrow opening leading from the upper side of the breech to the after end of the chamber, used for igniting the powder charge to fire the piece Earlier guns were primed with loose powder, and their vents are often surrounded by cup-shaped moldings to receive powder Later guns used priming tubes, and their vent openings are flush with the barrel Hot powder gases are highly erosive, and the vents of bronze guns were enlarged by repeated firing In later bronze guns, a cooper vent bushing, or vent piece, was screwed into a threaded socket When the vent became enlarged the bushing was replaced
Emission; escape; passage to notice or expression; publication; utterance
A small aperture; a hole or passage for air or any fluid to escape; as, the vent of a cask; the vent of a mold; a volcanic vent
give expression or utterance to; "She vented her anger"; "The graduates gave vent to cheers"
Opening in Earth's crust through which volcano expels ash, other volcanic products and gases
the opening at the earth's surface through which volcanic materials are ex-truded Its conduit usually is pipe-like in shape
To scent, as a hound
A normally sealed mechanism that allows for the controlled escape of gases from within a cell
Opportunity of escape or passage from confinement or privacy; outlet
An intentional opening for the escape of gasses to the outside
In geology, the center of a volcano, winze A vertical or inclined shaft cut or an opening on its sides, where molten lava is erupted from one level to another in a mine for ventilation or to remove ore
give expression or utterance to; "She vented her anger"; "The graduates gave vent to cheers
An opening designed to convey water vapor or other gas from inside a building or a building component to the atmosphere, thereby relieving vapor pressure
a mold
a slit in a garment (as in the back seam of a jacket)
A baiting place; an inn
expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen; "air the old winter clothes"; "air out the smoke-filled rooms"
The anal opening of certain invertebrates and fishes; also, the external cloacal opening of reptiles, birds, amphibians, and many fishes
The opening in the crust through which volcanic material erupts
The opening at the Earth's surface through which volcanic materials (magma and gas) escape
A pipe or duct which allows flow of air as an inlet or outlet
If you give vent to your feelings, you express them forcefully. She gave vent to her anger and jealousy. A slit in a garment, as in the back seam of a jacket. to express feelings of anger, hatred etc, especially by doing something violent or harmful vent sth on sb
Any outlet for air that protrudes through the roof deck such as a pipe or stack Any device installed on the roof, gable or soffit for the purpose of ventilating the underside of the roof deck
vent one's spleen
To openly express pent-up anger, often on an unrelated matter or person
vent stack
A vertical pipe that provides ventilation to a building's drainage system
vent fury
express anger, release one's rage
abat-vent
Louvres or strips of wood or metal used as a windbreak that allows light and air in. Often seen in a belfry
air vent
An opening, possibly covered by a grate or grill, possibly ducted, that allows air to circulate
hydrothermal vent
a hot spring, on the floor of the ocean, mostly along the central axes of the mid-ocean ridges, where heated fluids emerge from fissures in the Earth's crust
ridge vent
A ventilator located at the ridge that allows the escape of warm and/or moist air from the attic area or rafter cavity
vol-au-vent
a small canapé - circular pieces of puff pastry with a small hole which accommodates various fillings, such as mushrooms, prawns, fruit, cheese, etc
air vent
passage through which air may enter or escape
deep-sea vent
Hydrothermal (hot-water) vent formed on the ocean floor when seawater circulates through hot volcanic rocks, often located where new oceanic crust is being formed. Vents also occur on submarine volcanoes. In either case, the hot solution emerging into cold seawater precipitates mineral deposits that are rich in iron, copper, zinc, and other metals. Outflow of these heated waters probably accounts for 20% of the Earth's heat loss. Exotic biological communities are now known to exist around the vents; these ecosystems are totally independent of energy from the Sun, depending not on photosynthesis but rather on chemosynthesis by sulfur-fixing bacteria
find a vent for
locate an outlet for, find a way to release
give vent
give expression or utterance to; "She vented her anger"; "The graduates gave vent to cheers"
give vent to frustration
freely express one's feelings of frustration
give vent to his emotions
express his emotions, show what he feels
ridge vent
A vent mounted along the entire ridge line of the roof to allow the passage of air through the attic or cathedral ceiling
ridge vent
An exhaust venting device located at the ridge of a roof that works in conjunction with a starter or under eave soffit vent and is used to ventilate attics Ridge vents and their cooperative starter or soffit vents should be installed at a 1: 1 ratio in order to function properly
ridge vent
A vent that is made of various materials and covers the ridge of the roof Ridge vents may be packaged in rigid sections or rolls
ridge vent
Despite what you might think of heating costs, you generally must ventilate your roof so that there is not a build-up of heat inside the attic on hot summer days This heat could melt the shingles or lead to other heat-related complications One way to vent without heating the entire neighborhood is to use a ridge vent It runs the length of the house at the very peak of the roof, and is often shingled over so that it matches, but still lets out heat and keeps out insects We stock several kinds of these vents, including the old style metal ridge vent, CoraVent (a rigid black corrugated vent), and Roll-Vent For Web-related issues contact [email protected] com For Sales-related issues contact [email protected] com Click below to Return to Main Page
ridge vent
a ventilator located at the ridge that allows the escape of warm and/or moist air from the attic area or rafter cavity Most ridge vents are either premanufactured metal or flexible, shingle-over type
ridge vent
An open vent system located along roof peaks, which in conjunction with soffit vents, creates ventilation through the passage of natural air
ridge vent
A prefabricated and formed metal strip placed along the apex of the roof to allow exhaust ventilation in combination with intake soffit or gable end ventilation
ridge vent
Continuous, prefabricated outlet ventilator placed over an opening at the ridge
ridge vent
A vent located along the ridge board of the roof that allows moisture to escape
ridge vent
A single or continuous roof vent located at the peak of a gable roof
stack vent
A vertical outlet in a built-up roof system designed to relieve the pressure exerted by moisture vapor between the roof membrane and the vapor retarder or deck
vented
past of vent
vented
supplied with a vent or vents for intake of air or discharge of gases
venting
Drilling a small hole (not a finger hole) to relieve suction on the thumb hole
venting
A release of gas either controlled (through a vent) or accidental
venting
the act of venting
venting
A requirement by most roofing manufacturers to have minimum ventilation achieved for their warranties to be valid It is to release heat and condensation from the attic space beneath the roof, which can damage roofing materials as well as your structure Most existing homes are under vented and do not have enough devices to properly achieve a healthy home and a healthy roof Something my spouse does every 28 days I like to golf or work late during these periods of my life
venting
Perforation with a vent wire of the sand over and around a mold cavity to assist in the escape of the gases
venting
forcing air to escape from a jar by applying heat, or permitting air to escape from a pressure canner before closing the vent or putting on the weighted gauge Also called exhausting
venting
the relief of overpressure in confined volumes through the release of air to a larger volume An open window helps to vent an explosion
venting
present participle of vent
venting
The act of perforating a textile bias ply tubeless tire above the beads during retreading Thus air bleeding through the calendering can escape without forming air pockets between plies
venting
Allowing moisture and gases to escape from the kiln during firing
venting
Eliminating air from a retort prior to sterilizing canned foods
venting
Venting consists of permitting a flow of air into or out of a tank
venting
- The controlled release of gases into the atmosphere The gases might be natural gas or other hydrocarbon vapors, water vapor and other gases, such as carbon dioxide, separated in the processing of oil or natural gas
vents
plural of , vent
vents
on gable or under soffit, ventilated piece of siding that allows for air circulation under roof
vents
Tuxedos can be either vented or non-vented in the rear Vented coats can either have a center vent or side vents
vents
On a coat, an opening in the lower part of a seam; a slit in the garment; tuxedo types: center vent, non-vented, side vented
vents
A NOAA PMEL program established in 1984 to focus research on determining the oceanic impacts and consequences of submarine hydrothermal venting, with most of the effort directed towards achieving an understanding of the chemical and thermal effects of venting along northeast Pacific Ocean seafloor spreading centers See the VENTS Web site
vents
Various devices used for releasing air from a balloon envelope See PARACHUTE VALVE and ROTATION VENTS
vents
A window which “vents” or is “venting”, is able to open and close; it is “operable ”
vents
third-person singular of vent
vol-au-vent
Light flaky pastry case of puff pastry
vol-au-vent
[French] a large round pastry case which is filled with a sauced mixture of meat, seafood, or vegetables then topped with a pastry lid A small puff paste shell with various fillings
vol-au-vent
(1) A large round pastry case which is filled with a sauced mixture of meat, seafood, or vegetables then topped with a pastry lid (2) A small puff paste shell with various fillings
vol-au-vent
(vawl-oh-ven) - A French term that means "flying in the wind," which refers to the pastry's lightness It is a classic French puff pastry shell or cup with a lid that can be filled with a cream-sauce mixture with meat or vegetables Also filled with fruit/custard mixture as a dessert The shells can range in size from small individual ones to eight-inch ones Can be served as an appetizer or an entree
vol-au-vent
a small round piece of pastry that is filled with chicken, vegetables etc and eaten at parties
vol-au-vent
puff paste shell filled with a savory meat mixture usually with a sauce
vent