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Another word for vent

  1. An open space allowing passage

      1. The point of intersection of a driveway and a road, especially in a rural area.
      2. A stream, river, etc. that flows out from a lake
      3. The mouth of a river where it flows into a larger body of water.
      1. An opening, especially to a cavity or passage of the body; a mouth or vent.
      2. A mouth or aperture of a tube, cavity, etc.; opening
      1. A becoming open or causing to be open
      2. The act or an instance of becoming open or being made to open:
      3. A gap, breach, or aperture:
      1. Impudent or vulgar talk:
      2. The mouth regarded as the organ of chewing and tasting
      3. A spokesperson; a mouthpiece:
      1. An opening in or through anything; break; gap
      2. A small bay or inlet; cove
      3. An opening or perforation:
      1. A usually adjustable opening in an optical instrument, such as a camera or telescope, that limits the amount of light passing through a lens or onto a mirror.
      2. The opening, or the diameter of the opening, in a camera, telescope, etc. through which light passes into the lens
      3. An opening, such as a hole, gap, or slit.
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  1. To utter publicly

      1. To inhale and exhale (air, for example); breathe.
      2. To provide with an opening for the escape of air, gas, etc.; furnish a means for airing
      3. To admit or force fresh air into (a building or closed space, such as a mine) to replace stale or noxious air.
      1. To set forth in words, esp. in a specific, definite, or formal way
      2. To express or present in a nonverbal way
      3. To set forth in words; declare.
      1. To render in a specified language or literary form:
      2. To express; state
      3. To express; state:
      1. To get by pressure; elicit by force; extort
      2. To synthesize a product, especially a protein, encoded by a gene.
      3. To put into words; represent by language; state
      1. To become aired, dried, cooled, etc.
      2. To expose to the air in order to dry, cool, or freshen; ventilate.
      3. To let air into or through; put where air can dry, cool, freshen, etc.
  2. To put into words

      1. To regulate the tone of (the pipes of an organ, for example).
      2. To provide the voice for (a cartoon character or show, for example):
      3. To give expression to; utter:
      1. (Music) To sing without using words.
      2. (Of animals) To produce noises or calls from the throat.
      3. To give utterance to; express with the voice; speak or sing
      1. To express oneself in words.
      2. To change (a noun, etc.) into a verb
      3. To use words to express or communicate meaning
      1. To say
      2. To use the voice
      3. To produce, speak, or express audibly (speech sounds, syllables, words, thoughts, etc.)
      1. To give a detailed account of; narrate:
      2. To reveal something that is not supposed to be revealed, especially something that someone has done wrong:
      3. To express in words; utter; say
      1. To speak or know how to speak (a language or a language variety):
      2. To put into a specified condition, state of mind, etc. by talking
      3. To cause (someone) to be in a certain state or to do something by talking:
      1. To express or present in a nonverbal way
      2. To set forth in words; declare.
      3. To set forth in words, esp. in a specific, definite, or formal way
      1. To state as a determination of fact:
      2. For instance:
      3. To express in words; state; declare; tell
      1. To manifest or communicate, as by a gesture; show:
      2. To get by pressure; elicit by force; extort
      3. To put into words; represent by language; state
      1. To make clearly known; state or announce openly, formally, etc.
      2. To say positively or emphatically
      3. To state openly a choice, opinion, etc. (for or against)
      1. To make known; communicate in words, actions, appearance, etc.
      2. (Obs.) To take away secretly
      3. To take from one place to another; transport; carry
      1. To spread (a disease, for example) to others; transmit:
      2. To be connected, one with another:
      3. To give or exchange information, signals, or messages in any way, as by talk, gestures, or writing
      1. (Music) To play or sing (a note, passage, etc.) in a particular, usually the indicated, manner
      2. To convert (a student's credits at one school) to credits at another school by comparing the curricula.
      3. To fit together into a coherent whole; unify:
  3. To discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently

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