Fill 10 litres of water into the aspirating bottle and attach a piece of rubber tubing with a screw clamp to the delivery tube.
Can it be shown that Dorset-men are given to aspirating their words?
The changes on the beginning of nouns are made by aspirating an initial consonant; that is, writing h after it.
The changes on the beginning are made by aspirating an initial consonant.
The tube is dried by aspirating air through it, and gently warming with a Bunsen burner.
An aspirating needle was introduced, and 16 ounces of pus were drawn off.
In addition to aspirating synovia, the introduction of equal parts of alcohol and tincture of iodin into the theca is necessary.
“Allow me the honour,” said the gentleman with the whiskers, presenting his dexter hand, and aspirating the h.
1725, "sound of the letter 'H'," especially at the beginning of a word, from Latin aspiratio "a breathing, exhalation, the pronunciation of the letter H" (see aspire).
"to pronounce with audible breath," 1700; perhaps a back-formation from aspiration (n.2), or from French aspirer (1520s), or directly from Latin aspiratus, past participle of aspirare (see aspire). Related: Aspirated; aspirating.
aspirate as·pi·rate (ās'pə-rāt')
v. as·pi·rat·ed, as·pi·rat·ing, as·pi·rates
To take in or remove by aspiration. n. (-pər-ĭt)
A substance removed by aspiration.