/huy'peuhr ven"tl ayt'/, v., hyperventilated, hyperventilating.
1. to be afflicted with hyperventilation; breathe abnormally fast and deep.
2. to cause (a patient) to breathe more rapidly and deeply than normal.
[1930-35; back formation from HYPERVENTILATION]

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