|exhale (ɛksˈheɪl, ɪɡˈzeɪl)|
|1.||to expel (breath, tobacco smoke, etc) from the lungs; breathe out|
|2.||to give off (air, vapour, fumes, etc) or (of air, vapour, etc) to be given off; emanate|
|[C14: from Latin exhālāre to breathe out, from hālāre to breathe]|
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