expire englannista suomeksi
(quote-book)|translator=Charles W. Chauncy|title=Treatise on the Diseases of the Heart, and Great Vessels|location=Philadelphia|publisher=Carey, Lea & Blnachard|page=(gbooks)|passage=Soon the patient had no longer sufficient strength to sit up; the trunk of the body was inclined to the right side, the head high and thrown backward, the mouth wide open: she seemed to stifle rather than respire: lastly, speech and respiration failed her; she uttered, however, in a feeble voice, some incoherent words, said she felt she was dying, and, accordingly, expired the sixth day after entrance.
To exhale; to breathe out.
- Anatomy exhibits the lungs in a continual motion of inspiring and expiring air.
- This chafed the boar; his nostrils flames expire.
1843, Loring Dudley Chapin
- Animals expire carbon and plants inspire it; plants expire oxygen and animals inspire it.
To give forth insensibly or gently, as a fluid or vapour; to emit in minute particles.
(RQ:Bacon Sylva Sylvarum)
To bring to a close; to terminate.
- (RQ:Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet)
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