ventilate
Verb

ventilate (ventilates, present participle ventilating; past and past participle ventilated)

  1. To replace stale or noxious air with fresh.
  2. To circulate air through a building, etc.
  3. To provide with a vent.
  4. To expose something to the circulation of fresh air.
  5. To expose something to public examination or discussion.
  6. (medicine) To provide manual or mechanical breathing to a patient.
  7. (slang) To shoot with a firearm; to pierce with bullets.
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