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tran·spire

(tran-spīr'),
To exhale vapor from the skin or respiratory mucous membrane.
[trans- + L. spiro, to breathe]

transpire

(trăn-spīr′)
v. tran·spired, tran·spiring, tran·spires
v.intr.
To give off vapor containing waste products, as through animal or plant pores.
v.tr.
To give off (vapor containing waste products) through the pores of the skin or the stomata of plant tissue.

transpire

(tran-spir')
To emit vapor through the skin or other tissues.
See: perspire
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Between cabaret performances and anxious talk among the guests of a violent uprising taking place "outside," it transpires that some breach of the law--a murder?--has taken place at the party.
According to Rosenzweig, the process of discerning how and when one responds authentically to the divine command transpires through the practice of studying sacred texts with others.
It shows what transpires during any transaction coupled with the associated data.