vent · noun C /vent/Full view
give vent to
C2 to express strong anger or another strong feeling
Dictionary example:

He gave vent to the frustration that had been building up inside him.

Learner example:

It's a great fallacy that giving vent to our emotion will be a solution to the problem itself and will lead to anything at all. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Russian)

vent · verb /vent/
vent your anger/frustration, etc.
C2 to do or say something to show your anger or another strong, bad feeling
Dictionary example:

He vented his anger by kicking the door.

Learner example:

The room at the attic was my only haven, the sole asylum where I could forget the wrinkled face ranting and raving at me, fuming with animosity towards me, venting her anger and frustration and all the other feelings bottled up in her. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Polish)

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