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Meanings of Venice:

proper noun

A city in north-eastern italy, capital of venetia region; population 270,098 (2008).

Meanings of Venipuncture:

noun

The puncture of a vein as part of a medical procedure, typically to withdraw a blood sample or for an intravenous injection.

Usage examples:

All the blood samples were drawn by venipuncture by medical workers and were coded in the occupatio…

Venison

ˈven.ɪ.sən

Meanings of Venison:

noun

Meat from a deer.

Usage examples:

Venison steaks

Meanings of Venite:

noun

Psalm 95 used as a canticle in christian liturgy, chiefly at matins.

Usage examples:

Cw9 also contained the venite borrowed from worship supplement (in an improved notation).

Meanings of Vennel:

noun

A narrow lane or passage between buildings; an alley.

Usage examples:

Do you know why some of the houses are end on to the high street with these vennels in between them?

Venography

vɪˈnɒɡrəfi

Meanings of Venography:

noun

Radiography of a vein after injection of a radiopaque fluid.

Usage examples:

The diagnosis can be confirmed by investigations such as mri scans, doppler ultrasonography, and ve…

Venom

ˈvenəm

Meanings of Venom:

noun

A poisonous substance secreted by animals such as snakes, spiders, and scorpions and typically injected into prey or aggressors by biting or stinging.

Usage examples:

Snake venoms have different effects

Meanings of Venomous:

adjective

(of an animal, especially a snake) secreting venom; capable of injecting venom by means of a bite or sting.

Usage examples:

A leading expert on venomous snakes

Venomously

ˈven.ə.məs.li

Meanings of Venomously:

adverb

In a way that is full of anger or hate

Usage examples:

His eyes narrowed venomously., "what are you looking at?" she hissed venomously.

Venoms

ˈvɛnəm

Meanings of Venoms:

noun

A poisonous substance secreted by animals such as snakes, spiders, and scorpions and typically injected into prey or aggressors by biting or stinging.

Usage examples:

Snake venoms have different effects

Meanings of Venose:

adjective

Of, relating to, or having veins; of the nature of a vein; contained in veins; venous. also (especially of a part of the fruiting body of a fungus): having folds or markings resembling veins.

Venous

ˈviː.nəs

Meanings of Venous:

adjective

Relating to a vein or the veins.

Usage examples:

The increase is probably due to raised venous pressure from jugular vein constriction.

Meanings of Vented:

adjective

Having an opening or openings, especially to allow air to pass out.

Usage examples:

The room is vented for a tumble dryer
verb

Give free expression to (a strong emotion).

Usage examples:

We vent our spleen on drug barons

Meanings of Venter:

noun

The underside or abdomen of an animal.

Usage examples:

When breeding, some scutiger males exude nuptial excrescences on their venters.

Meanings of Venters:

noun

The underside or abdomen of an animal.

Usage examples:

When breeding, some scutiger males exude nuptial excrescences on their venters.

Meanings of Ventifact:

noun

A stone shaped by the erosive action of wind-blown sand.

Usage examples:

During intervening dry periods, winds scour the fan surfaces and sandblast exposed gravel clasts to…

Meanings of Ventil:

noun

A valve in a wind instrument.

Usage examples:

This facility imitates the ventils and may be used to quickly change the timbre of the sound to imi…

Ventilate

ˈven.tɪ.leɪt

Meanings of Ventilate:

verb

Cause air to enter and circulate freely in (a room, building, etc.).

Usage examples:

Ventilate the greenhouse well

Ventilated

ˈven.tɪ.leɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Ventilated:

verb

Cause air to enter and circulate freely in (a room, building, etc.).

Usage examples:

Ventilate the greenhouse well
adjective

(of a space) having fresh air entering and moving around it

Usage examples:

The animals were kept in cages that were too small and poorly ventilated., always use the cleaning …

Ventilates

ˈven.tɪ.leɪt

Meanings of Ventilates:

verb

Cause air to enter and circulate freely in (a room, building, etc.).

Usage examples:

Ventilate the greenhouse well

Meanings of Ventilating:

verb

Cause air to enter and circulate freely in (a room, building, etc.).

Usage examples:

Ventilate the greenhouse well

Ventilation

ˌven.tɪˈleɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Ventilation:

noun

The provision of fresh air to a room, building, etc.

Usage examples:

Ventilation of the mines had long been mechanized

Ventilator

ˈven.tɪ.leɪ.tər

Meanings of Ventilator:

noun

An appliance or aperture for ventilating a room or other space.

Usage examples:

A corridor along the room on one side has ventilators opening onto the drain.

Meanings of Ventilators:

noun

An appliance or aperture for ventilating a room or other space.

Usage examples:

A corridor along the room on one side has ventilators opening onto the drain.

Ventilatory

ˈvɛntɪləˌt(ə)ri

Meanings of Ventilatory:

adjective

Relating to or serving for the provision of air to the lungs or respiratory system.

Usage examples:

Sepsis can produce ventilatory failure because of respiratory muscle dysfunction and increased meta…

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