Übersetzung von “vent” — Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch

vent

noun uk /vent/ us

a small opening that allows air, smoke, or gas to enter or leave a closed space

conducto de ventilación, respiradero
If you have a gas fire in a room, you should have some kind of outside vent.

a cut in the bottom of a piece of clothing to allow the person wearing it to move more easily

abertura, tajo
The skirt is long and straight with two side vents.
give vent to sth

to express a negative emotion in a forceful and often unfair way

dar salida a
The meeting will be an opportunity for everyone to give vent to their feelings.
verb uk /vent/ us

to express a negative emotion in a forceful and often unfair way

dar salida a
Please don’t shout – there’s no need to vent your frustration/anger/rage/spleen on me.
I didn’t mean to upset anyone, I just needed to vent.

(Übersetzung von “vent” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)

vent

noun /vent/

a hole to allow air, smoke etc to pass out or in

respiradero; rejilla de ventilación
an air vent.
give vent to

to express (an emotion etc) freely

dar rienda suelta, descargar, soltar, desahogar
He gave vent to his anger in a furious letter to the newspaper.

(Übersetzung von “vent” aus dem PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)