In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in building, tunnel) conducto de ventilación masculine(in building, tunnel) ventilación feminine(in chimney, furnace) tiro masculine
- Aelex glared angrily through the smoke vent at the top of the tent.
- 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.
- Cut a small vent hole in the center of the parchment circle and set aside.
- Roll pastry for the upper crust, and cut a design for steam vents.
- Closing the roof vents and covering the fan when not in use will also reduce air movement through the grain.
- They suffocated after an air vent was closed.
- Lucie and Matt crawled through the musty vent shaft.
- When I purchased the property, my home inspector said I should install foundation vents.
- Then I unscrewed the vent and pushed it aside.
- Security of air intake vents is important, especially for high-rises and large sports facilities.
- 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.
- According to the mechanical code, dryer vent ducts must be made of metal.
- Jessie went to open all the vents while Alicia went to Jamaal's bedroom.
- A proper attic vent system consists of an intake and an exhaust.
- Another conspicuous feature is the large vent hole on the top of the case.
- It had several openings for doors and windows, plus a chimney vent on each end.
- A metallic maze of chimneys, pipes and vents glitters on the horizon in the desert outside Khartoum, dominating the landscape for miles around.
- With a clothes dryer, check the outside dryer vent cap where it exits the house.
- 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.
- Have chimneys and vents inspected when installing or changing vented heating appliances.
2air vent(shaft) respiradero masculine(grille) rejilla de ventilación feminine
3Motor Vehicles entrada de aire feminine(in barrel) válvula de entrada de aire feminine
4(in volcano) chimenea feminine(in earth's crust) fumarola feminineto 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
- I remember Hawaiian native friends fighting the Vatican, which wanted to tap their sacred geothermal vents.
- Laid in burrows or under mounds, megapode eggs are incubated by the warmth of the sun, rotting vegetation, or volcanic vents.
- Sliding and colliding, separating and fragmenting, great trenches are forming, and volcanoes and vents are being created.
- The lava from the Undara volcano travelled 164 km to create the longest lava flow from one single vent in modern geological time.
- Columnar joints are best developed in sills and dykes, volcanic vents, and former lava lakes.
- Water cascades over the yellow rocks and soil of the Galway Soufriere volcanic vent.
- They all have no nucleus and survive in the highest atmosphere, the hottest volcanic vents, and everywhere in between.
- Recent research around volcanic vents has found tiny organisms that breathe iron.
- The ringmaster then waved his hand and the earth opened up, revealing a vent filled with hot magma.
- A box had been erected over a volcanic vent from which issued sulfurous vapors.
- Did life originate on Mars or in hot volcanic vents here on Earth?
- These new vents remained phreatomagmatic until 25 July, when the activity changed for 5 days to Strombolian and effusive.
- Lava moves away from the vent toward the ocean in a network of tubes and descends Pulama pali in several separate tubes.
- Approximately 80% of the total lava volume was erupted from the 2100 m and the 2550 m vents.
- Today, some hope to use volcanic steam vents to generate energy.
1(feelings/rage/frustration) dar rienda suelta a(rage/feelings/frustration) dar salida adon't vent your anger on the children — no te desahogues con los niños
- The only thing left to do is to vent all the anger and hate on the divorced mate.
- Kicking on the grass in frustration, Valerie tried to vent out her anger.
- The lowest home crowd for a decade vented their fury at the final whistle.
- Writing it all down was Ann's way of venting her raw emotions.
- Just being able to vent out my emotions to Becky made me feel that much better.
- His face was turning a shade of purple as he vented his rage.
- The group spokesman had used this issue to vent his ire against Mr. Raghavan.
- With Lawson at his mercy, Cal is free to vent his anger on his betrayer.
- Dolly took full advantage of the outrageous disruption to vent her bad temper and to express her extreme displeasure in all directions.
- Sam growled into the speaker and vented all his inner frustration by banging his poor fist onto the oak tabletop.
- So we felt it was the appropriate time where people can vent all their anger and frustration instead.
- Academic feminism has provided a forum for Third World women to express themselves and vent their anger at their societies.
- This is a safe way to vent your emotions without alienating your co-workers.
- Angry England fans vented their frustration at their team's shock last-minute defeat by France last night.
- After the match, the fans vented their respective spleens in the Matchday Mailbox.
- He was no longer talking to her, merely venting his rage out loud.
- In no small measure, the Chinese fans may have tried to vent their frustration by expressing it in anti-Japanese gestures.
- People vented their fury at the police at an emergency public meeting on Monday night.
- Suddenly, with an explosive outburst, he vents his ire on the crowd.
- Echoes of " die, Glazer die " rumbled around Old Trafford as about 300 fans vented their frustration.
1abertura femininetajo masculine
- 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.
- 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.
- I shortened my skirt by 7 inches and lowered the vent by 2 inches because I'm under 5 feet.
- The style is tight-fitting with side vents and an elastic waistband, typically made out of cotton or cotton/polyester blend jersey knit.
- Crafted of a smooth cotton blend, it features a pointed collar, white pearlescent buttons, and a straight bottom hem with side vents.
- The shirt features a casual button-down front with chest pocket (men's only) and side vents.
- You should also look out for pockets, the lapel's style, and whether or not the overcoat has a vent in the back.
- Figure-hugging silhouettes are accented by zippered pockets, panels and side vents.
- An ‘American’ jacket has a single vent in the middle of the garment.
- It's made from super 120's Italian wool and features a three-button closure, side vents and pickstitched lapels.
- Quality extras include coconut buttons, a left chest pocket, double-needle stitching on the shoulders, and split side vents.
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