exhausting, present participle; exhausted, past tense; exhausts, 3rd person singular present; exhausted, past participle;
Drain (someone) of their physical or mental resources; tire out
her day trip had exhausted her
Use up (resources or reserves) completely
the country has exhausted its treasury reserves
Expound on, write about, or explore (a subject or options) so fully that there is nothing further to be said or discovered
she seemed to have exhausted all permissible topics of conversation
Expel (gas or steam) from or into a particular place
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
The system through which such gases are expelled
an exhaust pipe
gases ejected from an engine as waste products
wear out completely; "This kind of work exhausts me"; "I'm beat"; "He was all washed up after the exam"
system consisting of the parts of an engine through which burned gases or steam are discharged
consume: use up (resources or materials); "this car consumes a lot of gas"; "We exhausted our savings"; "They run through 20 bottles of wine a week"
run down: deplete; "exhaust one's savings"; "We quickly played out our strength"
use up the whole supply of; "We have exhausted the food supplies"
Exhaust is an album by Montreal based band Exhaust. It was released in 1998 on Constellation Records.
Exhaust is a bass clarinet, drum and tape trio from Montreal that started in the mid-90s. The bands members are Aidan Girt (drums), Gordon Krieger (bass/ bass clarinet) and Mike Zabitsky (tape loops). Their debut album was a self-released 7" cassette entitled 230596. ...
(exhaustly) Incorrect form of exhaustively: extensively, completely; Incorrect form of exhaustedly
air removed form the house through fans. Typical examples are bathroom exhaust, and kitchen hoods.
Gaseous by-products of combustion emitted from an engine. Exhaust flows from the engine, through the muffler and exits from the exhaust system.
or Nozzle — Hot gases leaving the engine exhaust to atmospheric pressure via a nozzle, the objective being to produce a high velocity jet. In most cases, the nozzle is convergent and of fixed flow area.
the combination of gases that is released from an automobile.
The withdrawing and expelling of air from the cabinet by means of a blower or fan; that portion of the cabinet air that is discharged after filtration, either to the room or into a ventilation system.
Usually either single (one pipe) or dual (two pipes).
Air removed deliberately from a space, by a fan or other means, usually to remove contaminants from a location near their source.
Filter Regeneration – the “burning off” of particulate matter (PM) from diesel engines.
The gases emitting from a plating or other process.
usually means tire out, but in the above sentence it means leaving no part (of the subject) unexamined. The reason for such different meanings is that the origin of the word "exhaust" is from the Latin "ex" (out) "haurire" (draw) - used when you draw water out of a well, for example. ...
To exhaust a dyebath is to use up all its color potential.
Mechanical removal of air from a portion of a building
pewy stuff that kills the o-zone, or something
An inexpensive way to add horsepower and a deeper sound to your motor is by replacing the muffler. Replace the muffler and pipe from the catalytic converter back. This can be done on most trucks for under $200.
To remove the stock from an area or pen.
car engines produce a lot of waste gas when they are running. This has to be piped away from the engine and into the open air. This is what exhausts do - they are long pipes running from the side of the engine to the back of the car. ...