- 1 1.1 (in building, tunnel) (conducto (m) de) ventilación (f); (in chimney, furnace) tiro (m) 1.2(air vent)(shaft) respiradero (m); (grille) rejilla (f) de ventilaciónMore example sentences1.3 [Cars/Automovilismo] entrada (f) de aire; (in barrel) válvula (f) de entrada de aire
More example sentences1.4 (in volcano) chimenea (f); (in earth's crust) fumarola (f) to give vent to sth dar* rienda suelta a algo he gave vent to his fury by smashing the bottle dio rienda suelta a su ira or se desahogó rompiendo la botella
- A metallic maze of chimneys, pipes and vents glitters on the horizon in the desert outside Khartoum, dominating the landscape for miles around.
- Have chimneys and vents inspected when installing or changing vented heating appliances.
- It had several openings for doors and windows, plus a chimney vent on each end.
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- Security of air intake vents is important, especially for high-rises and large sports facilities.
- They suffocated after an air vent was closed.
- According to the mechanical code, dryer vent ducts must be made of metal.
- Columnar joints are best developed in sills and dykes, volcanic vents, and former lava lakes.
- Sliding and colliding, separating and fragmenting, great trenches are forming, and volcanoes and vents are being created.
- These new vents remained phreatomagmatic until 25 July, when the activity changed for 5 days to Strombolian and effusive.
- [feelings/rage/frustration] dar* rienda suelta a, dar* salida a don't vent your anger on the children no te desahogues con los niñosMore example sentences
- With Lawson at his mercy, Cal is free to vent his anger on his betrayer.
- In no small measure, the Chinese fans may have tried to vent their frustration by expressing it in anti-Japanese gestures.
- Dolly took full advantage of the outrageous disruption to vent her bad temper and to express her extreme displeasure in all directions.