Meaning of EXHAUST in English

I. ex ‧ haust 1 /ɪɡˈzɔːst $ -ˈzɒːst/ BrE AmE verb [transitive]

[ Date: 1500-1600 ; Language: Latin ; Origin: exhaustus , past participle of exhaurire , from haurire 'to draw off liquid, drain' ]

1 . to make someone feel extremely tired:

A full day’s teaching exhausts me.

exhaust yourself

He’d exhausted himself carrying all the boxes upstairs.

2 . to use all of something SYN use up :

We are in danger of exhausting the world’s oil supply.

Having exhausted all other possibilities, I asked Jan to look after the baby.

3 . exhaust a subject/topic etc to talk about something so much that you have nothing more to say about it:

Once we’d exhausted the subject of Jill’s wedding, I didn’t know what to say.

II. exhaust 2 BrE AmE noun

1 . ( also exhaust pipe ) [countable] a pipe on a car or machine that waste gases pass through

2 . [uncountable] the gas produced when an engine is working:

exhaust fumes

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English.      Longman - Словарь современного английского языка.