Translation for 'to exhaust' from English to Greek
VERB   to exhaust | exhausted | exhausted
exhausting | exhausts
SYNO exhaust | exhaust fumes | exhaust system | ...
to exhaustεξαντλώ
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Translation for 'to exhaust' from English to Greek

to exhaust
Usage Examples English
  • Exposure to exhaust gases from large amounts of vessel traffic is causing concern for the overall health of the 75 remaining southern resident orcas (SRKWs) left as of early 2019.
  • Richard was determined to hold his army together, forcing the enemy to exhaust themselves in repeated charges, with the intention of holding his knights for a concentrated counter-attack at just the right moment.
  • The term is most often used in reference to exhaust heat management and to systems for dissipating frictional heat.
  • It was not refused, but authorities urged him to exhaust state resources first.
  • Specific fuel consumption of air-breathing jet engines at their maximum efficiency is more or less proportional to exhaust speed.

  • In September 2019, the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) responded to criticism by the German Federal Court of Auditors regarding the company's lack of investments by arguing that DB Cargo and other segments had yet to exhaust their full potential.
  • Instead, he kept his troops close to Hannibal, hoping to exhaust him in a long war of attrition.
  • In 2007, Zündel's appeal to the UN Human Rights Committee against deportation was rejected, partly for his failure to exhaust all domestic remedies through a thorough defence as required by its charter, and partly because the committee ruled the case inadmissible as it did not find his rights had been violated.
  • As with other alternative medicines, unethical or naïve practitioners may induce patients to exhaust financial resources by pursuing ineffective treatment.
  • This also allows DHCP clients to exhaust the DHCP server's store of IP addresses—by presenting new credentials each time it asks for an address, the client can consume all the available IP addresses on a particular network link, preventing other DHCP clients from getting service.

  • The game proceeds until the stock is exhausted, at which point 8 more tricks are played to exhaust the players' hands.
  • According to the Talmud, Jael engaged in sexual intercourse with Sisera seven times, but because she was attempting to exhaust him in order to kill him, her sin was for Heaven's sake and therefore praiseworthy.
  • However, many productions remain in repertory for years as this approach presents each piece a few times in a given season, not enough to exhaust the potential audience pool.
  • 67×1055 years to exhaust the 256-bit key space.
  • One way to sidestep this problem is to exhaust partially filtered air to the outdoors, which is a design feature of some central vacuum systems.

  • ("not" + "to exhaust"), meaning "never-ending".
  • ECtHR directed all Cypriots to exhaust "domestic remedies" applied by Northern Cyprus before taking their cases to ECtHR.
  • net is working on RC5-72 (breaking RC5 with a 72-bit key), The RC5-72 project is on pace to exhaust the keyspace in just under 47 years, although the project will end whenever the required key is found.
  • So as not to exhaust them, he established a strict rotation system, allowing customers to rent only the next horse in line.
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