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transpire in Plants topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtranspiretran‧spire /trænˈspaɪə $ -ˈspaɪr/ verb  1 it transpires that2 HAPPEN[intransitive] formal to happen Exactly what transpired remains unknown.3 [intransitive, transitive] technicalHBAHBP when a plant transpires, water passes through the surface of its leaves→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
transpireI was surprised at what transpired.He arrived after supper that evening, having spent the previous night, it transpired, at Sigouri.Now it transpires he owns a portfolio of around eight properties that he either lives in or rents out.It transpired in backyards and on doorsteps and inside offices as well as in the classroom.Seven days transpire in the course of the play.It transpired later that the social workers were all under instruction to have identification.As it transpired though, he was to find the lease of the le Fleming mines unavailable.