Definition Of exhaust

verb

drain (someone) of their physical or mental resources; tire out.

her day trip had exhausted her

expel (gas or steam) from or into a particular place.

Cars were as old fashioned as buggies and hovering crafts that ran off of air and exhausted pure steam were used instead.

use up (resources or reserves) completely.

the country has exhausted its treasury reserves

waste gases or air expelled from an engine, turbine, or other machine in the course of its operation.

buses spewing out black clouds of exhaust

Example Of exhaust

  • exhaust fumes

  • A number of cooling fans mounted at one end of the cooler would draw air into the chamber through filters, blow it over the surface of the product and exhaust the air at the exit end.

  • All three fans are configured to exhaust the air through the top of the unit.

  • an exhaust pipe

  • As outlined in the specifications, there is a 120 mm fan that is configured to exhaust air to the rear of the case and out.


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