Definition of ventilate in English:
- Every part of the living area is properly ventilated, with each room given a huge opening that enhances a sense of spaciousness.
- Their laboratory was three mechanically ventilated office buildings.
- The building was evacuated as two teams of two fire fighters entered the building to clear up the spillage and ventilate the factory.
- Antibiotic concentrations declined by 70 percent during that period if the sample was ventilated with forced air.
- Membrane oxygenators consist of a series of fine tubes which allow diffusion of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the blood flowing through them and the ventilating gas surrounding them.
- In Brazil, 55 % of patients mechanically ventilated for acute lung injury died.
- Each animal was artificially ventilated, and the mechanical respiratory properties of the mouse were measured.
- A sterile, second airway is needed in this instance to ventilate the lung.
- Over the next few days I plan to really ventilate the issue, to open up for discussion and so on.
- It is also a remedy in public law for safeguarding public law rights and for ventilating public law issues.
- Her erstwhile colleagues in Cabinet report that Ms Short was never timid about ventilating her opinions.
Late Middle English (in the sense 'winnow, scatter'): from Latin ventilat- 'blown, winnowed', from the verb ventilare, from ventus 'wind'. The sense 'cause air to circulate in' dates from the mid 18th century.
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