Noun(1) the process of taking in and expelling air during breathing(2) the air that is inhaled and exhaled in respiration(3) a short respite(4) an indirect suggestion(5) a slight movement of the air
(1) This knocked the breath from her lungs so violently she felt as though she would pass out.(2) The force of the child's inhaled breath delivers the aerosolized powder into the lungs.(3) She took a few moments to gather enough breath to get anything audible out.(4) Arms flailing, he crashed to the floor, his breath blasted from his lungs.(5) Zander gasped for breath , his lungs burning for it, as Charlie landed another punch in his stomach.(6) The remote fell out of my hand and breath rushed from my lungs.(7) I could feel the goosebumps upon my skin, the breath caught in my lungs in the presence of the devil before me.(8) There has been not a breath of public criticism for this.(9) Gasping for breath at the top, I went into the bedroom and found that my respiration rate matched that of the patient.(10) Yes, for an afternoon or two, a breath of wind passed through the university.(11) Clearly, flow limitation can occur throughout expiration or only over a portion of the expiratory breath .(12) She hastened her steps, for the wind was a breath of chilling air and she was anxious to get home and off of her tired feet.(13) The sun was pouring down, with hardly a breath of wind.(14) He can also be horrible only a breath later.(15) she drew in a quick breath(16) Coy admissions of a relationship between the parties lent a breath of intrigue to the otherwise sedate election campaign.
(1) take a breath :: nadechni se
(2) deep breath :: hluboký nádech
(3) out of breath :: udýchaný
(4) bad breath :: zápach z úst
(5) take a deep breath :: zhluboka se nadechnout
(6) breath away :: dech
(7) last breath :: poslední dech
(8) shortness of breath :: dušnost
(9) short of breath :: dušnost
(10) breath out :: vydechl
1. inhalation ::
2. puff ::
3. hint ::
4. life ::
5. breathing space ::
breath, breathable, breather, breathers, breathless, breaths, breathy
Word Example from TV Shows
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(BREATH ES DEEPLY)
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 7
I will put you under the jail.
Take a BREATH, okay? Listen to yourself.
Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 9
Now, take a deep,
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 13
The dry mouth, the shortness of BREATH....
You have to try to calm down. Breathe in.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 1
(Sheldon and Kripke
gasping loudly for BREATH)
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 17
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