Tradução de Francês de vent
1. (= duct) conduit m d’aération
2. (in dress, jacket) fente f
to give vent to sth [feelings, anger] laisser libre cours à qch
[anger, feelings] passer
to 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.
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When the government refused they vented their anger on their prisoner.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Better to'make yourself human' by giving vent to the full wail of the human condition than to bear the thing graciously and not make a fuss.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The side air vents on the front wing are finished in blue carbon fibre.The Sun (2011)
The stub nose drops viciously over the front wheels, while the front air vents have been enlarged to feed the more powerful engine.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
You can try covering floor vents, blocking fire doors open or e-mailing complaints.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
And hundreds of fans vented their anger before kick-off.The Sun (2017)
Fans vented their anger and players struggled to contain their frustrations.The Sun (2016)
My tailor adapted the jacket by putting air holes under the arms and deep vents at the back.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
They are pretty roomy skirt department and have an adjustable back vent for extra flare.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Air vents in the bonnet and aluminium finish to the vents in the front wings further emphasise the extra potential.The Sun (2006)
And he found time to write two volumes of autobiography in which he could give full vent to his views on theatre.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
But celebs and fans vented their fury on websites.The Sun (2010)
By the afternoon, some of those overlooked for promotion were already venting their frustration.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
He urged students to stop venting their anger on social media and become activists.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
I went to the same window and clung to an air vent ten metres above the ground.The Sun (2016)
It is a place that gives the freedom to speak about the pain and vent emotions.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The only downside to his job is the anger vented by disappointed fans.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
The perpetual gloom, ferocious heat and toxicity of deep ocean volcanic vents make them an unlikely home for any creature.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The silver lining to this cloud is the opportunity to give full vent to your own interior design tastes.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The study called for the pool to be covered and for its toxic gases to be vented through a 50ft pipe.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
They solved this by putting vent holes in the bottom.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
They were getting ready to pack up to move and saw smoke coming through the air vents.The Sun (2012)
This is why the engineers are venting steam into the atmosphere.The Sun (2011)
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Inglês Britânico: vent NOUN
A vent is a hole in something through which air can come in and smoke, gas, or smells can go out.
A lot of steam escaped from the vent at the front of the machine.
Inglês Britânico: vent VERB
If you vent your feelings, you express them forcefully.
She telephoned her best friend to vent her frustration.
Tradução de vent do Collins Inglês para Francês
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