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Spanish translation of “transpire”

transpire

verb /( British ) trænˈspaiə; ( American) trænˈspaiər/
( formal) (of something secret or unknown) to be revealed
Revelar
It transpired that he had been falsifying the company accounts.
( formal) to happen
Ocurrír
We will probably never discover exactly what transpired at that meeting.
( biology) if a plant transpires, water passes out from the surface of its leaves into the air as water vapour/vapor.
Transpirar
transpiration noun ( biology) the process of water passing out from the surface of a plant’s leaves into the air as water vapour/vapor.
Transpiración
(Definition of transpire from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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