vent

  1. a hole for the escape of gas or air
  2. external opening of urinary or genital system of a lower vertebrate
  3. a fissure in the earth's crust (or in the surface of some other planet) through which molten lava and gases erupt

Vent

A pipe or duct which allows flow of air as an inlet or outlet.
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vent

An opening in the Earth's surface through which lava, gases, and hot particles are expelled. Also called volcanic vent and volcano. Venting is The escaping of hot gases or lava from the crust of the earth.
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Vent

• (n.) The anal opening of certain invertebrates and fishes; also, the external cloacal opening of reptiles, birds, amphibians, and many fishes. • (n.) A baiting place; an inn. • (v. t.) To let out at a vent, or small aperture; to give passage or outlet to. • (n.) Sectional area of the passage for gases divided by the length of ...
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vent

(vent) an opening or outlet, such as an opening that discharges pus, or the anus.
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Vent

- A pipe or duct which allows the flow of air and gasses to the outside. Also, another word for the moving glass part of a window sash, i.e. window vent.
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Vent

1. n. The uro-genital opening of fish, located between the anus and the anal fin. Also referred to as the genital papilla. 2. v. To determine a fish's gender by examining the genital papillae.
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vent

venthole noun a hole for the escape of gas or air
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Vent

[submarine] 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 opening(s) called `flood ports` or `floods` at the bottom of the tank. In earlier times, the openings at the bottom of the ballast tank were f...
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Vent

[tailoring] A vent is a slit in the bottom rear (the `tail`) of the jacket. Originally, vents were a sporting option, designed to make riding easier, so are traditional on hacking jackets, formal coats such as a morning coat, and, for reasons of pragmatism, overcoats. Today there are three styles of vent: the single-vented style (with one v...
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Vent

Vent intransitive verb [ Confer French venter to blow, vent wind (see Ventilate ); but prob influenced by English vent an opening.] To snuff; to breathe or puff out; to snort. [ Obsolete] Spenser.
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Vent

Vent noun [ French vente , from Latin vendere , -itum , to sell; perhaps confused with English vent an opening. See Vend .] Sale; opportunity to sell; market. [ Obsolete] Shelton. « There is no vent for any commodity but of wool.» Sir...
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Vent

Vent transitive verb To sell; to vend. [ Obsolete] « Therefore did those nations vent such spice.» Sir W. Raleigh.
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vent

A component of a heating or ventilation appliance used to conduct fresh air into, or waste air or combustion gases out of, an appliance or interior space.
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Vent

A component of a heating or ventilation appliance used to conduct fresh air into, or waste air or combustion gases out of, an appliance or interior space.
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Vent

A component of a heating or ventilation appliance used to conduct fresh air into, or waste air or combustion gases out of, an appliance or interior space.
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vent

a fissure in the earth's crust through which gases erupt
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Vent

A pipe or duct which allows the flow of air and gasses to the outside. Also, another word for the mo
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Vent

A pipe that allows air into a drain system to balance the air pressure, preventing water in the traps from being siphoned off.
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Vent

A slash in back of garments, as seen in blazers. Typically in the centre or paired at the sides.
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vent

A small hole in the barrel of a gun, primed with gunpowder and set light to fire a cannon. Called a Touch-hole on a pistol or musket.
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vent

a tube or drillway going from top of float chamber to atmosphere. This prevents build-up of pressure or vacuum in float chamber.
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Vent

An opening designed to convey water vapor or other gases from inside a building or a building component to the atmosphere, thereby relieving vapor pressure.
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vent

An opening or fissure in a planet's surface through which volcanic material erupts.
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vent

Anus, the opening from the cloaca to the outside.
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