There are 2 main translations of vent in Spanish

: vent1vent2

vent1

conducto de ventilación, n.

Pronunciation: /vɛnt//vɛnt/

noun

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    (in building, tunnel) conducto de ventilación masculine
    (in building, tunnel) ventilación feminine
    (in chimney, furnace) tiro masculine
    • Another conspicuous feature is the large vent hole on the top of the case.
    • A metal vent cover hit the floor of an alleyway with a large clatter.
    • The slanted light from the vent cover not far behind her illuminated her silhouette.
    • According to the mechanical code, dryer vent ducts must be made of metal.
    • One alternative to the traditional metal or colored plastic roof vents is to use a continuous ridge vent.
    • Make sure jars have tight lids and are kept away from sunlight and heating vents.
    • Lucie and Matt crawled through the musty vent shaft.
    • It had several openings for doors and windows, plus a chimney vent on each end.
    • Aelex glared angrily through the smoke vent at the top of the tent.
    • Closing the roof vents and covering the fan when not in use will also reduce air movement through the grain.
    • A proper attic vent system consists of an intake and an exhaust.
    • Jessie went to open all the vents while Alicia went to Jamaal's bedroom.
    • Roll pastry for the upper crust, and cut a design for steam vents.
    • With a clothes dryer, check the outside dryer vent cap where it exits the house.
    • They suffocated after an air vent was closed.
    • When I purchased the property, my home inspector said I should install foundation vents.
    • A metallic maze of chimneys, pipes and vents glitters on the horizon in the desert outside Khartoum, dominating the landscape for miles around.
    • Then I unscrewed the vent and pushed it aside.
    • Security of air intake vents is important, especially for high-rises and large sports facilities.
    • Have chimneys and vents inspected when installing or changing vented heating appliances.
    • Cut a small vent hole in the center of the parchment circle and set aside.
    • Right then, a purple gas escaped from vents at the top of his hallow prison.
    • The bathrooms and kitchen are exhaust rooms, with exhaust vents to the outside.
  • 2air vent

    (shaft) respiradero masculine
    (grille) rejilla de ventilación feminine
  • 3

    Motor Vehicles entrada de aire feminine
    (in barrel) válvula de entrada de aire feminine
  • 4

    (in volcano) chimenea feminine
    (in earth's crust) fumarola feminine
    to give vent to sth dar rienda suelta a algo
    • he gave vent to his fury by smashing the bottle dio rienda suelta a su ira / se desahogó rompiendo la botella
    • Columnar joints are best developed in sills and dykes, volcanic vents, and former lava lakes.
    • Laid in burrows or under mounds, megapode eggs are incubated by the warmth of the sun, rotting vegetation, or volcanic vents.
    • These new vents remained phreatomagmatic until 25 July, when the activity changed for 5 days to Strombolian and effusive.
    • Today, some hope to use volcanic steam vents to generate energy.
    • The ringmaster then waved his hand and the earth opened up, revealing a vent filled with hot magma.
    • Did life originate on Mars or in hot volcanic vents here on Earth?
    • I remember Hawaiian native friends fighting the Vatican, which wanted to tap their sacred geothermal vents.
    • Approximately 80% of the total lava volume was erupted from the 2100 m and the 2550 m vents.
    • The lava from the Undara volcano travelled 164 km to create the longest lava flow from one single vent in modern geological time.
    • Recent research around volcanic vents has found tiny organisms that breathe iron.
    • Water cascades over the yellow rocks and soil of the Galway Soufriere volcanic vent.
    • Lava moves away from the vent toward the ocean in a network of tubes and descends Pulama pali in several separate tubes.
    • They all have no nucleus and survive in the highest atmosphere, the hottest volcanic vents, and everywhere in between.
    • A box had been erected over a volcanic vent from which issued sulfurous vapors.
    • Sliding and colliding, separating and fragmenting, great trenches are forming, and volcanoes and vents are being created.

transitive verb

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    (rage/frustration/feelings) dar rienda suelta a
    (feelings/rage/frustration) dar salida a
    don't vent your anger on the children no te desahogues con los niños

There are 2 main translations of vent in Spanish

: vent1vent2

vent2

abertura, n.

Pronunciation: /vɛnt//vɛnt/

noun

Clothing

  • 1

    abertura feminine
    tajo masculine
    • I shortened my skirt by 7 inches and lowered the vent by 2 inches because I'm under 5 feet.
    • Crafted of a smooth cotton blend, it features a pointed collar, white pearlescent buttons, and a straight bottom hem with side vents.
    • A camp shirt should have a clean-finished hem with side vents so it can be worn tucked out for a relaxed look or tucked in.
    • Garment features a self-tailored collar, three-button placket and a straight hem bottom with side vents.
    • The style is tight-fitting with side vents and an elastic waistband, typically made out of cotton or cotton/polyester blend jersey knit.
    • You should also look out for pockets, the lapel's style, and whether or not the overcoat has a vent in the back.
    • The shirt features a casual button-down front with chest pocket (men's only) and side vents.
    • Figure-hugging silhouettes are accented by zippered pockets, panels and side vents.
    • Quality extras include coconut buttons, a left chest pocket, double-needle stitching on the shoulders, and split side vents.
    • It's made from super 120's Italian wool and features a three-button closure, side vents and pickstitched lapels.
    • The ventral slit is a vent on the obverse side which is neater, transforming the jumper from a tight crew-neck to a comfier V-neck.
    • It's fully lined with Bemberg rayon and features a discreet chest pocket, front flap pockets, and a back vent.
    • An ‘American’ jacket has a single vent in the middle of the garment.