verb (transpires, transpiring, transpired)
Etymology: From the French transpirer, to perspire, from Latin transpirare, to breathe through, from trans, across + ''spirare, to breathe
- To become known.
- (US, non-British) To happen.
- (rare) Of animals, to perspire.
- (botany) Of plants, to give off water and waste products through the stomata.
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