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Synonyms for ventilate

Synonyms for ventilate

to expose to circulating air

to utter publicly

Synonyms for ventilate

expose to cool or cold air so as to cool or freshen

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expose to the circulation of fresh air so as to retard spoilage

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circulate through and freshen

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give expression or utterance to

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furnish with an opening to allow air to circulate or gas to escape

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But on the next floor they had only entered Amanda's smoke-filled flat to ventilate it, rather than search.
Their counsel, David Wolfe, told the judge that "the overwhelming medical consensus is that there are situations in which it would be appropriate to ventilate her if she needed it".
Many older planes, though increasingly obsolete, use 100 percent compressed fresh air to ventilate the seating area.
In the middle are stainless-steel flues that remove foul air from the lavatories and ventilate boilers and the fluid dynamics laboratory.
Like other Thermoskin[R] products, the Lumbar Support is made from Trioxon, a special material featuring a spiral structure that creates a microclimate, which allows the skin to ventilate.
While for commercial reasons the building had to offer a base condition of mechanical ventilation, with provision made for ducting routes etc, it is hoped that tenants will choose to naturally ventilate their spaces.
The architect RMJM wished to ventilate the concourse naturally; this has been done with a double skin of glass.