Definition of 'exhaust'
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Not only was it physically exhausting but he was on a regime of drugs twice a day. The Sun (2016)I remember feeling physically exhausted and the reality of the situation became clear. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It has the original engine and exhaust. The Sun (2014)We are emotionally drained and physically exhausted. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It was almost as exhausting to listen to as it must have been to play and sing. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This rise has largely been the result of the use of lead in car exhaust. The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)Could the exhaust gases be seeping into the car? Times, Sunday Times (2012)The crime wave follows the rocketing price of the precious metals in exhaust pipes. The Sun (2008)If you run all the time you end up physically exhausted. The Sun (2013)It was all very exhausting and draining. Christianity Today (2000)It would barely run to the exhaust pipe on a tank. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He played eight times in nine weeks and exhausted himself physically and mentally in the process. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Platinum is used in catalysts for car exhausts. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It is important to make sure they are positioned so that heat from the engine and exhaust cannot cause a fire. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It was almost exhausting to read. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The movements are all quite minimal, but they build into something exhausting. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She is pregnant, unwell and exhausted and something has to be done. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The exhaust for the engine comes out at the side, by the front wheels. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The reserves have almost been exhausted and now stand at only $300 million. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The valve that lets air and fuel into the combustion chamber should close tight before the valve letting out the exhaust gases opens. Times, Sunday Times (2006)So it stood to reason the man with the beard was talking through the very exhaust valve from which his new fuel would be produced. The Sun (2007)It's exhausting and emotionally draining. Times, Sunday Times (2010)High pressure in the upper atmosphere has acted like a car exhaust, venting waste air from the top of the storm. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The carbon dioxide in vehicle exhaust derives from oil, a fossil fuel, formed many millions of years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'exhaust'
British English: exhaust /ɪɡˈzɔːst/ NOUN
pipe The exhaust or the exhaust pipe is the pipe which carries the gas out of the engine of a vehicle.
- American English: exhaust pipe
- Arabic: ماسورَةُ العادِم
- Brazilian Portuguese: escapamento
- Chinese: 排气管
- Croatian: ispušna cijev
- Czech: výfuk
- Danish: udstødningsrør
- Dutch: uitlaatpijp
- European Spanish: tubo de escape
- Finnish: pakoputki
- French: pot d’échappement
- German: Auspuffrohr
- Greek: εξάτμιση όχημα
- Italian: tubo di scappamento
- Japanese: エキゾーストパイプ
- Korean: 배기관
- Norwegian: eksosrør
- Polish: rura wydechowa
- European Portuguese: tubo de escape
- Romanian: evacuare
- Russian: выхлопная труба
- Spanish: tubo de escape
- Swedish: avgasrör
- Thai: ท่อไอเสีย
- Turkish: egzoz borusu
- Ukrainian: вихлопна труба
- Vietnamese: ống xả
British English: exhaust VERB
If something exhausts you, it makes you so tired, either physically or mentally, that you have no energy left.
Don't exhaust him.
British English: exhaust NOUN
steam Exhaust is the gas or steam that is produced when the engine of a vehicle is running.
...the exhaust from a car engine.
Definition of exhaust from the Collins English Dictionary
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