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Exhaust or exhaustion may refer to:

In mathematics[edit]

In technology[edit]

In medicine[edit]

  • Exhaustion or fatigue, a weariness caused by exertion
  • Heat exhaustion or hyperthermia, a medical condition where the body is unable to control its accumulation of heat
  • Nervous exhaustion or neurasthenia, a nineteenth-century diagnosis encompassing fatigue, anxiety, and depression
  • Adrenal exhaustion or hypoadrenia, a hypothesized maladaption of the adrenal glands

In law[edit]

  • Exhaustion of remedies, restrictions on opening a new lawsuit while an original suit is pending
  • Exhaustion of rights, limits to intellectual property rights in patent and copyright law

Other uses[edit]

  • Exhaustive ballot, a multi-round voting system
  • Exhaust date, the projected date that a telecommunications area code will have assigned all of its numbers