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as·pi·rate

 (ăs′pə-rāt′)
tr.v. as·pi·rat·ed, as·pi·rat·ing, as·pi·rates
1. Linguistics
a. To pronounce (a vowel or word) with the initial release of breath associated with English h, as in hurry.
b. To follow (a consonant, especially a stop consonant) with a puff of breath that is clearly audible before the next sound begins, as in English pit or kit.
2. To draw (liquid or a foreign object, for example) into the respiratory tract when taking a breath.
3. Medicine
a. To remove (a liquid or gas) from the body by aspiration.
b. To suction (a body part or growth, for example) for the removal of a liquid or gas.
n. (-pər-ĭt)
1. Linguistics
a. The speech sound represented by English h.
b. The puff of air accompanying the release of a stop consonant.
c. A speech sound followed by a puff of breath.
2. Medicine Matter removed by aspiration.

[Latin aspīrāre, aspīrāt-, to breathe on : ad-, ad- + spīrāre, to breathe.]

aspirated

(ˈæspɪˌreɪtɪd)
adj
1. (Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics (of a stop) articulated with some force, so that breath escapes with audible friction as the stop is released
2. (Mechanical Engineering) mechanical engineering (of an internal-combustion engine) supplied with air in the stated way
References in classic literature ?
These are distinguished according to the form assumed by the mouth and the place where they are produced; according as they are aspirated or smooth, long or short; as they are acute, grave, or of an intermediate tone; which inquiry belongs in detail to the writers on metre.
Although no soldier, he had frequented camps enough to know the dread significance of that deliberate, drawling, aspirated chant; the lieutenant on shore was taking a part in the morning's work.
'This is the hend, is it?' continued Miss Squeers, who, being excited, aspirated her h's strongly; 'this is the hend, is it, of all my forbearance and friendship for that double-faced thing--that viper, that--that--mermaid?' (Miss Squeers hesitated a long time for this last epithet, and brought it out triumphantly as last, as if it quite clinched the business.) 'This is the hend, is it, of all my bearing with her deceitfulness, her lowness, her falseness, her laying herself out to catch the admiration of vulgar minds, in a way which made me blush for my--for my--'
Everybody was talking, and several were shouting, in German; he knew that because they splashed and aspirated sounds like startled kittens.
The new engine replaces the naturally aspirated 1.6-litre unit that delivers 114PS and 156Nm of torque.
Also to be disputed are the Phimos titles in the Yokohama GT 150 and GT 100, Classic Aspirated Cup, Philiminiracers Classic Mini, Sparco Cup and Formula V1 races.
[15,19,22] If the purulent material is aspirated, slides should be stained for ZN staining to rule out tuberculous lymphadenitis, because it can mimic as acute suppurative lesions.
The Grand Cherokee SRT is the ultimate version of the model, that combines the versatility of the SUV with one of the most powerful naturally aspirated engines in the world; a combination that most enthusiasts will be hard-pressed to ignore.
The Grand Cherokee SRT is the ultimate version of the model that combines the versatility of the SUV with one of the most powerful naturally aspirated engines in the world, a combination that most enthusiasts will be hard-pressed to ignore.
The dislodged prosthesis may be aspirated, with reported incidence of 3.9% to 6.7% [5, 6].
Previous studies in Ghana had shown that fishbone, groundnuts, seeds, plastic materials, and metallic materials were the most commonly aspirated foreign bodies with a majority of them localized to the right main bronchus [4, 10, 11].