Exhaust - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- system consisting of the parts of an engine through which burned gases or steam are discharged
- use up (resources or materials) (syn: consume, deplete, eat, eat up, run through, use up, wipe out)
- deplete (syn: play out, run down, sap, tire)
- use up the whole supply of
- eliminate (a substance) (syn: discharge, eject, expel, release)
If they keep spending this way, they'll exhaust their savings.
He can talk about baseball for hours and still feel that he hasn't exhausted the subject .
There's a problem with the car's exhaust.
We exhausted our funds in a week.
A full day's teaching exhausts me.
He'd exhausted himself carrying all the boxes upstairs.
We are in danger of exhausting the world's oil supply.
Having exhausted all other possibilities, I asked Jan to look after the baby.
Any resource can be exhausted.
This kind of work exhausts me
We exhausted our savings
We have exhausted the food supplies
combustion products are exhausted in the engine
Car exhaust has a negative effect on the environment.
Car exhaust pollutes the air.
present participle: exhausting
past tense: exhausted
past participle: exhausted