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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.
Translations of “vent”
in French évent…
in German das Abzugsloch…
in Chinese (Traditional) 開口, 通風口, 排氣口…
in Russian вентиляционное отверстие…
in Turkish delik, ağız, havalık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 开口, 通风口, 排气口…
in Polish otwór lub kanał wentylacyjny…
(Definition of vent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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