Spanish translation of 'transpire'
1. (Botany, Anatomy) transpirar
2. (= become known)
it finally transpired that ... al final se supo que ...
3. (= happen) ocurrir ⧫ suceder
his report on what transpired su informe acerca de lo que pasó
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Example Sentences Including 'transpire'
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It now transpires that corruption has continued.The Sun (2010)
Who knows what may have transpired had they stuck with Hodgson.The Sun (2008)
End of argument and, now it transpires, end of career.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
It now transpires that a new limit of 60mph is being considered.The Sun (2014)
It now transpires that the police check happened before, not after, the blocking incident.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
It transpired I was actually on the first floor and not the ground floor.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Now it transpires they may be linked to a woman's infertility.The Sun (2007)
It now transpires they were right.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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'transpire' in Other Languages
British English: transpire VERB
When it transpires that something is the case, people discover that it is the case.
It transpired that he had left his driver's license at home.
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