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expire definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to get to an-end; terminate: My membership inside club has actually expired.
    • To breathe an individual's final air; pass away: the individual expired early today.
    • To exhale; inhale down.
    • To emit the breathing.
    • To produce the very last air; to breathe from life; to die
    • to come calmly to an end; to stop; to terminate; to perish; to be extinct
    • to-burst forth; to fly completely with a great time.
    • To come to an-end; terminate: My account in club has actually expired.
    • To inhale an individual's last breath; die: The patient expired early today.
    • To exhale; breathe away.
    • To give off the breathing.
    • To emit the last air; to inhale out the life; to die
    • to come quickly to an-end; to stop; to end; to perish; to become extinct
    • To burst forth; to travel away with a great time.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To breathe (some thing) aside.
    • Archaic to offer (one thing) off.
    • To breathe out; to produce through the lung area; to get rid of through the mouth or nostrils in the process of respiration; -- against encourage.
    • to offer forth insensibly or carefully, as a fluid or vapor; to emit in min particles; to exhale
    • To emit; to provide completely.
    • To bring to a detailed; to terminate.
    • To breathe (anything) down.
    • Archaic To give (something) off.
    • To inhale out; to give off through the lung area; to get rid of from mouth or nostrils in the process of respiration; -- against motivate.
    • to provide forth insensibly or carefully, as a fluid or vapor; to produce in minute particles; to exhale
    • To produce; to provide out.
    • to create to an in depth; to end.
  • verb:
    • to die
    • to become invalid
    • to exhale; to breathe (out).
    • to exhale (anything).
    • pass from physical life and lose all actual attributes and procedures essential to maintain life
    • expel air
    • drop quality
    • to perish
    • to become invalid
    • to exhale; to inhale (out).
    • to exhale (one thing).
    • pass from actual life and drop all bodily attributes and functions required to sustain life
    • expel atmosphere
    • shed validity
  • others:
    • To inhale away; expel from lips or nostrils undergoing respiration; give off from lungs: opposed to encourage.
    • To give on or forth insensibly or carefully, as a fluid or volatile matter; exhale; yield.
    • To exhaust; need replacing; bring to a conclusion.
    • To give off the air: against motivate. Specifically
    • To emit the last breathing; pass away.
    • to come quickly to a finish; close or conclude, as confirmed period; arrived at absolutely nothing; stop; terminate; fail or perish; end: as, the lease will expire in the first day of May; all his hopes of kingdom expired.
    • To come away; fly out.
    • Synonyms Perish, etc. See die.
    • To breathe away; expel from lips or nostrils undergoing respiration; give off from the lung area: opposed to inspire.
    • to provide aside or forth insensibly or gently, as a fluid or volatile matter; exhale; yield.
    • To exhaust; degrade; provide an-end.
    • To emit the breathing: in opposition to encourage. Especially
    • To emit the past breath; die.
    • to get to a finish; close or conclude, as a given period; come to absolutely nothing; stop; terminate; fail or perish; end: as, the lease will expire regarding first day of might; all his hopes of kingdom expired.
    • ahead out; fly away.
    • Synonyms Perish, etc. See die.
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