venting

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tahliye
venting device
hava tahliye vanası
venting devices and valves
(Otomotiv) tahliye cihazları ve valfleri
venting system
(Otomotiv) havalandırma sistemi
vent
delik
vent
He vented his fury on the dog öfkesini köpekten çık
vent
{f} açığa vurmak
vent
dışa vurmak
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boşalma yeri
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hava menfezi
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{f} havalandırmak
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çıkarma
vent
havalandırma

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

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

vent
volkan ağzı
vent
baca deliği
vent
havalandırma deliği

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

vent
(İnşaat) hava bacası
vent
(Tekstil) kesik aralığı
vent
kıç (balık, kuş)
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{f} havalandırma yap
vent
mahreç
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(on ile) (sinirini/vb.) -den çıkarmak
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menfez
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{i} kaçış deliği
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kaçacak yer
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(palto/ceket/vb.) yırtmaç
Vent
(İnşaat) Kanat
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ağız
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hayvan kıçı
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kaçacak delik
vent
hava almaya çıkmak
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havalık
vent
boşaltma
vent
belli etmek
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yarık
vent
give vent to açığa vurmak
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delik açmak
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hava deliği
vent
{i} yanardağ ağzı
vent
(Tıp) Karın, batın
vent
çıkak
vent
(Tıp) Delilik, menfez, cerahatın dışarı aktığı delik
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{i} (gaz veya sıvının giriş çıkışını sağlayan) delik
vent
{f} çıkarmak
vent
top falyası
vent
{f} gaz veya
vent
{i} burun deliği (su samuru)
vent
çıkıt
vent
(isim) kıç (balık, kus), delik, ağız, hava deliği, burun deliği (su samuru), yanardağ ağzı, yarık, yırtmaç, kaçacak delik
vent
{f} -de hava menfezi açmak
vent
(Tıp) Karna ait, batni
vent
{i} kıç balık
vent
{i} kus
vent
{i} yırtmaç
İngilizce - İngilizce
the act of venting
A release of gas either controlled (through a vent) or accidental
Drilling a small hole (not a finger hole) to relieve suction on the thumb hole
Perforation with a vent wire of the sand over and around a mold cavity to assist in the escape of the gases
Venting consists of permitting a flow of air into or out of a tank
Eliminating air from a retort prior to sterilizing canned foods
Allowing moisture and gases to escape from the kiln during firing
- 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
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
present participle of vent
the relief of overpressure in confined volumes through the release of air to a larger volume An open window helps to vent an explosion
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
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
edge venting
The practice of providing regularly spaced or continuously protected openings along a roof edge or perimeter, used as part of a ventilation system to dissipate heat and moisture vapor
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A verbalized frustration
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(Discuss() this sense) Ventriloquism
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To express

He vents his anger violently.

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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
vent
Sale; opportunity to sell; market
vent
{v} to let out, open, publish, sell, snuff
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{n} a hole, opening, passage, discharge, sale
vent
external opening of urinary or genital system of a lower vertebrate
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The opening of a volcano from which lava flows
vent
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"
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To utter; to report; to publish
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the opening of a volcano in the earth's crust
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(vent) The external opening of the cloaca in reptiles
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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
activity that releases or expresses creative energy or emotion; "she had no other outlet for her feelings"; "he gave vent to his anger"
vent
a fissure in the earth's crust (or in the surface of some other planet) through which molten lava and gases erupt
vent
{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
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The opening within a volcano through which igneous material is ejected
vent
The surface geyser opening The point at the surface which water exits the geyser
vent
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
vent
A small tube from the top of the gun to the firing chamber Used in firing the gun
vent
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
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To suffer to escape from confinement; to let out; to utter; to pour forth; as, to vent passion or complaint
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Narrow passage at the die parting which permits air to escape from the die cavity as it is filled with molten metal
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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
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a hole for the escape of gas or air
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To snuff; to breathe or puff out; to snort
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An opening in the Earth's surface through which lava, gases, and hot particles are expelled Also called volcanic vent and volcano
vent
The opening at the breech of a firearm, through which fire is communicated to the powder of the charge; touchhole
vent
To let out at a vent, or small aperture; to give passage or outlet to
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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
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An intentional opening for the escape of gasses to the outside
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the opening at the earth's surface through which volcanic materials are ex-truded Its conduit usually is pipe-like in shape
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Opening in Earth's crust through which volcano expels ash, other volcanic products and gases
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give expression or utterance to; "She vented her anger"; "The graduates gave vent to cheers"
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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
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Emission; escape; passage to notice or expression; publication; utterance
vent
Sectional area of the passage for gases divided by the length of the same passage in feet
vent
To allow gases to escape
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To allow to escape through a vent
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Opportunity of escape or passage from confinement or privacy; outlet
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expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen; "air the old winter clothes"; "air out the smoke-filled rooms"
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an opening designed to convey water vapor or other gasses from an interior to the atmosphere
vent
{f} give expression to (strong feelings or opinions); release air or gas; provide with a vent
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An opening through which gases, especially air, can pass
vent
To furnish with a vent; to make a vent in; as, to vent
vent
To scent, as a hound
vent
A slit in the seam of a garment
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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
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A baiting place; an inn
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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
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Fig
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The excretory opening of lower orders of vertebrates
vent
A normally sealed mechanism that allows for the controlled escape of gases from within a cell
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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
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a mold
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The anal opening of certain invertebrates and fishes; also, the external cloacal opening of reptiles, birds, amphibians, and many fishes
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give expression or utterance to; "She vented her anger"; "The graduates gave vent to cheers
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To sell; to vend
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The opening in the crust through which volcanic material erupts
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The opening at the Earth's surface through which volcanic materials (magma and gas) escape
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A pipe or duct which allows flow of air as an inlet or outlet
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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
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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
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a slit in a garment (as in the back seam of a jacket)
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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
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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)
venting

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    /ˈventəɴɢ/ /ˈvɛntɪŋ/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'vent ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. Middle English, probably from Middle French esventer to expose to the air, from es- ex- + vent wind, from Latin ventus; more at WIND.

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