French translation of 'vent'
- (= duct)
conduit m d'aération
- (in dress, jacket)
to give vent to sth [feelings, anger]
laisser libre cours à qch
- [anger, feelings]
passerto vent one's anger on sb/sth
passer sa colère sur qn/qch
⇒ The rioters vented their anger on the police.
Les émeutiers ont passé leur colère sur la police.
Example Sentences Including 'vent'
I moved towards the door with Susan in tow, confident that Scott would be too mystified to vent his spleen on Nicola.A Death in the Family
But he could do nothing except vent his fury and frustration upon himself.Compulsion
With a wristy jerk she opened a transom window, breaching the climate-control system in order to vent any lingering trace of Neil's scent.Rushing to Paradise
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Translation of vent from the Collins English to French Dictionary