Verb(1) pass through the tissue or substance or its pores or interstices, as of gas(2) exude water vapor(3) come to light; become known(4) come about, happen, or occur(5) give off (water
(1) Leaves in sunny microhabitats transpire more than those in shade microhabitats.(2) Such varied images of what might transpire at a meeting suggests the novelty of the institution itself.(3) The fourth leaf was allowed to transpire normally, or was wrapped in a transparent plastic bag.(4) a cactus does not transpire as freely as most plants(5) Mulch also limits frost penetration, enabling the roots of evergreens - whose leaves transpire moisture even in winter - to take up more water.(6) As the flowers transpire , water evaporates and is trapped at the roof of the bricks.(7) Camp was made, no one suspecting what would soon transpire .(8) The enormity of what had just transpired was slowly sinking into each scientist.(9) It transpired that the new owners have appealed against the island being designated a right-to-roam area, insisting that it could suffer serious erosion if walked upon.(10) Trying to grasp the magnitude of what has just transpired he slowly begins to rise.(11) Although the configuration program specified tasks for all 100 cells, it transpired that only 32 were essential to the circuit's operation.(12) It transpired that he had two large containers in the rear of the van which he was filling with fuel and selling to taxi drivers in Darwen.(13) We do not know if he intended thus to set in motion the events that subsequently transpired .(14) Her thoughts were distant, fixated on what had transpired the night before.(15) And so you can imagine his feeling the next day when the events transpired .(16) Stem xylem may be estimated from of leaves which have been covered to prevent transpiration and allowing the equilibration in between the leaf and stem xylem.
1. become known ::
2. emerge ::
3. come to light ::
4. be revealed ::
6. come out ::
7. be discovered ::
8. prove to be the case ::
9. unfold ::
Different Formstranspire, transpired, transpires, transpiring
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