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Spanish translation of “ventilate”

ventilate

verb /ˈventileit/
to allow fresh air to enter (eg a room)
ventilar
The room was ventilated by a ceiling fan.
ventilation noun the act or means of ventilating or the state of being ventilated
ventilación
There was no window in the room, and no other (means of) ventilation.
ventilator noun a device for ventilating a room etc
ventilador
The hum of the ventilator kept him awake.
(Definition of ventilate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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