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To provide manual or mechanical breathing to a patient
To replace stale or noxious air with fresh
To circulate air through a building, etc
To expose something to public examination or discussion
To provide with a vent
To expose something to the circulation of fresh air
{v} to fan, winnow, cool, examin
To open and expose to the free passage of air; to supply with fresh air, and remove impure air from; to air; as, to ventilate a room; to ventilate a cellar; to ventilate a mine
To winnow; to fan; as, to ventilate wheat
expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen; "air the old winter clothes"; "air out the smoke-filled rooms"
expose to the circulation of fresh air so as to retard spoilage; "Wheat should be well ventilated"
To provide with a vent, or escape, for air, gas, etc
as, to ventilate a mold, or a water-wheel bucket
To sift and examine; to bring out, and subject to penetrating scrutiny; to expose to examination and discussion; as, to ventilate questions of policy
expose to the circulation of fresh air so as to retard spoilage; "Wheat should be well ventilated
{f} provide with fresh air, air out, freshen; raise a point or question for discussion; supply the blood with oxygen
furnish with an opening to allow air to circulate or gas to escape; "The architect did not thnk about ventilating the storage space" circulate through and freshen; "The gust of air ventilated the room" expose to the circulation of fresh air so as to retard spoilage; "Wheat should be well ventilated
give expression or utterance to; "She vented her anger"; "The graduates gave vent to cheers"
To change or renew, as the air of a room
If you ventilate a room or building, you allow fresh air to get into it. Ventilate the room properly when paint stripping badly ventilated rooms. + ventilation ven·ti·la·tion The only ventilation comes from tiny sliding windows
circulate through and freshen; "The gust of air ventilated the room"
furnish with an opening to allow air to circulate or gas to escape; "The architect did not thnk about ventilating the storage space"
To give vent; to utter; to make public
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The replacement of stale or noxious air with fresh

So you punched out a window for ventilation. Was that before or after you noticed you were standing in a lake of gasoline? - Robert DeNiro, Backdraft.

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The mechanical system used to circulate and replace air
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An exchange of views during a discussion
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{n} the act of fanning or cooling, a vent
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In respiratory physiology, ventilation (or ventilation rate) is the rate at which gas enters or leaves the lung
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exposed to air; "a well ventilated room"
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exposed to air; "a well ventilated room
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past of ventilate
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third-person singular of ventilate
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present participle of ventilate
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adj. Natural or mechanically induced movement of fresh air into or through an enclosed space. The hazards of poor ventilation were not clearly understood until the early 20th century. Expired air may be laden with odors, heat, gases, or dust. Mechanical ventilation systems typically include a fan and filter to remove particles. A mechanically powered inlet of air, when combined with a natural exhaust, tends to cause a slight positive pressure within an enclosed space, so that the air leakage is outward. A mechanical exhaust with a natural air inlet causes a slight negative pressure, so that air moves inward. Such systems are often used to confine fumes or smells to a particular area of a building (e.g., laboratories, kitchens, bathrooms) and exhaust them to the outside
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Exchange of air between the lungs and the atmosphere so that oxygen can be exchanged for carbon dioxide at the alveoli
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Control of air movement under glass to avoid atmospheric stagnation and regulate temperature
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Circulation of fresh air, fundamental to healthy indoor garden An exhaust fan creates excellent ventilation
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The process of supplying and removing air by natural or mechanical means Such air may or may not have been conditioned
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the bodily process of inhalation and exhalation; the process of taking in oxygen from inhaled air and releasing carbon dioxide by exhalation
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movement of air (gases) in and out of the lungs
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Air introduced into a spinning propeller from the water's surface
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The provision of an adequate flow of fresh air along all roadways, workings and service points underground
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The process of supplying or removing air by natural or mechanical means to or from any space Such air may or may not have been conditioned
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The process of moving air (changing) into and out of an interior space either by natural or mechanically induced (forced) means
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Induced air for the control of odor and metabolic gas balance
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free exposure to air
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to provide with a vent or a similar means of airing; to admit fresh air into in order to replace stale air
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Air movement in an area of a building due only to natural pressure differences caused by air temperatures Generally intended to dissipate humidity or excessive heat from a building’s envelope Typical vents may include ridge, soffit, gable louvers, turbine vents and roof vents
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The act of ventilating, or the state of being ventilated; the art or process of replacing foul air by that which is pure, in any inclosed place, as a house, a church, a mine, etc
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The act of giving vent or expression
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the act of supplying fresh air and getting rid of foul air
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Mechanical support with breathing, so that the baby will be able to have normal levels of oxygen and carbon dioxide in their blood
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The act of refrigerating, or cooling; refrigeration; as, ventilation of the blood
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          The process of supplying or removing air by natural or mechanical means to or from any space such air may or may not have been conditioned
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One of the principal methods to control health hazards; it may be defined as "causing fresh air to circulate to replace foul air simultaneously removed "
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The object of ventilation is to free the building of dangerous smoke, fumes, heat and gases so entrance can be made safely and the hose lines can readily reach the seat of the fire so it can be extinguished with as little loss as possible Proper ventilation helps prevent back drafts From Ventilation by R B Criswell, July 1936
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a mechanical system in a building that provides fresh air; "she was continually adjusting the ventilation"
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The process of exchanging air between the lungs and the atmosphere leading to an exchange of gases in the blood
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The bodily process of breathing; the inhalation of air to provide oxygen, and the exhalation of spent air to remove carbon dioxide
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the act of supplying fresh air and getting rid of foul air a mechanical system in a building that provides fresh air; "she was continually adjusting the ventilation
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The act of fanning, or winnowing, for the purpose of separating chaff and dust from the grain
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The act of sifting, and bringing out to view or examination; free discussion; public exposure
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Biologically, the aeration of the lungs and blood by breathing; the inhalation and exhalation of air in the process of respiration
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Creates a positive flow of air that allows the house to "breathe" and helps prevent moisture build-up year-round
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{i} act of providing with fresh air, airing out, freshening; act of raising a point or question for discussion; oxygenation of the blood
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A system of intake and exhaust that creates a flow of air
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Ventilation is the process of both replacing stale air with fresh air and circulating the air in a house through a series of vents or a mechanical system, such as an air conditioner
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—The process through which oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged between the lungs and the air; also refers to the use of a machine to carry out this process in someone who cannot breathe on his or her own
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free and open discussion of (or debate on) some question of public interest; "such a proposal deserves thorough public discussion"
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Introducing outside air to replace contaminated indoor air Ventilation is essential in all occupied buildings whether it comes through open windows, fans or air leakage Local exhaust ventilation is another method where contaminants generated by localized sources are directly extracted before they can mix with indoor air An exhaust fan in a smoking lounge, a kitchen range fan or a bathroom fan are all examples of local exhaust systems Office equipment such as photocopiers also produce air contamination and can benefit from an exhaust fan vented to the exterior
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Process of supplying or removing air by mechanical or natural means to or from some type of enclosed space The air may be treated or conditioned for comfort
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The circulation of air through a building to deliver fresh air to occupants
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(Mimarlık) air renewal
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