v.) To ventilate; to blow on; to affect by air put in motion.
n.)a person who is very interested in a sport or art, or in a person who does that activity.
n.) Any revolving blade used for producing currents of air for ventilation.
I’m a movie fan.
Emily is a country music fan.
The office is flooded with fan letters for him.
He’s a big fan of Elvis Presley.
The fan asked for his autograph.
She cooled herself with a fan.
He is a keen Stephen King fan.
I’m a big fan of Italian food.
The bathroom is ventilated by means of an extractor fan.
I’m not much of a basketball fan, but I love baseball.
The cooling fan blows air out of the system unit thus lowering the pressure inside.
From her bedroom she could hear the factory’s extractor fan.
The wind fanned the flames.
The boy fanned himself with his hat.
His writings fanned the flames of racism.
The soldiers fanned out across the hillside.
The forest fire fanned out in all directions.
Her wild behaviour merely fanned the flames of his jealousy.