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ex·hale

(eks-hāl'),
1. To breathe out. Synonym(s): expire (1)
2. To emit a gas or vapor or odor.

exhale

/ex·hale/ (eks´hāl) to breathe out.

exhale

(ĕks-hāl′, ĕk-sāl′)
v. ex·haled, ex·haling, ex·hales
v.intr.
1.
a. To breathe out.
b. To emit air or vapor.
2. To be given off or emitted.
v.tr.
1. To blow (something) forth or breathe (something) out.
2. To give off; emit: chimneys exhaling dense smoke.

exhale

See expire.

ex·hale

(eks-hāl')
1. To breathe out.
Synonym(s): expire (1) .
2. To emit a gas, vapor, or odor.

ex·hale

(eks-hāl')
1. To breathe out.
2. To emit a gas or vapor or odor.
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