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Verb
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vents, plural;
  1. Give free expression to (a strong emotion)
    • - he had come to vent his rage and despair
  2. Provide with an outlet for air, gas, or liquid
    • - clothes dryers must be vented to the outside
  3. Discharge or expel (air, gas, or liquid) through an outlet
    • - the plant was isolated and the gas vented
  4. Permit air to enter (a beer cask)

Noun
  1. A slit in a garment, esp. in the lower edge of the back of a coat through the seam


  1. a hole for the escape of gas or air
  2. give expression or utterance to; "She vented her anger"; "The graduates gave vent to cheers"
  3. external opening of urinary or genital system of a lower vertebrate
  4. expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen; "air the old winter clothes"; "air out the smoke-filled rooms"
  5. a fissure in the earth's crust (or in the surface of some other planet) through which molten lava and gases erupt
  6. a slit in a garment (as in the back seam of a jacket)
  7. Étienne Pierre Ventenat (March 1, 1757 – August 13, 1808) was a French botanist born in Limoges. He was the brother of naturalist Louis Ventenat (1765–1794).
  8. Vent is the second release by the German metalcore band Caliban.
  9. Vent is a dark comedy series produced for BBC Radio 4 in 2006. It is written by Nigel Smith. The producer is Gareth Edwards.
  10. In submarine technology a vent is a valve fitted to the top of a submarine's ballast tanks to let air escape from the top of the ballast tank and be replaced by water entering through the open Kingston valves at the bottom of the tank.
  11. A vent is a slit in the bottom rear (the "tail") of the jacket.Bookster, a manufacturer of tweed jackets, has illustrations of various features of jackets: Originally, vents were a sporting option, designed to make riding easier, so are traditional on hacking jackets, formal coats such as a ...
  12. The Vent! is a Canadian English language sketch comedy television series, produced by A Sweet Little Production Company. The series premiered on June 28, 2009 at 8:30 pm EST on Canadian digital cable specialty channel, OUTtv.
  13. An opening through which gases, especially air, can pass; The opening of a volcano from which lava flows; A verbalized frustration; The excretory opening of lower orders of vertebrates; A slit in the seam of a garment; To allow gases to escape; To allow to escape through a vent; To express
  14. (Vented) In piping systems, pipes that allow the passage of air such a DWV pipes. Also referred to as open.
  15. (Vented) Perforated panels used as soffit to allow air circulation for prevention of moisture buildup.
  16. (Vented) a crossover slit opening in the jacket that allows for movement. Can have a center or side vent.
  17. (VENTING) The process of installing roof vents in a roof assembly to relieve water vapor.
  18. (Venting) Drilling a small hole (not a finger hole) to relieve suction on the thumb hole.
  19. (Venting (Battery)) The release of gas from a cell, either controlled (through a vent) or accidental.
  20. (venting) The release of gases to the atmosphere without burning
  21. (Venting) Allowing moisture and gases to escape from the kiln during firing.
  22. (VENTING) Forcing air to escape from a jar by applying heat. Or, permitting air to escape from a steam-pressure canner.
  23. (Venting) A release of gas to safely vent excessive gas build-up inside a cell. Excessive gas build-up is caused by operation outside of rated parameters.
  24. (Venting) A thermoformed insert is accomplished by creating four small holes evenly spaced around the upper rim. This allows inserts to be installed faster, as well as efficient filling of sealed open-head drums. ...
  25. (Venting) Bleeding the air out of a radiator