Verb – Transpire
1 (no object) formal : to happen
They wouldn’t say what had transpired (=taken place) at the meeting.
No one will soon forget the historic events that transpired on that day.
2 (no object) formal : to become known — usually used with it
Her name, it transpired, was false. (=(less formally) it turned out that her name was false)
It transpired that they had met previously. (=we found out that they had met previously)
3 technical, of a plant : to have water evaporate from the surface of leaves
A plant transpire more freely on a hot dry day.
Trees transpire water at a rapid rate.