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Korean translation of “breath”

breath

noun
 
/breθ/
B1 [no plural] the air that comes out of your lungs
His breath smells of garlic.
an amount of air that goes into or out of your lungs
(폐로 들이쉬는) 숨
She took a deep breath before she started.
be out of breath to be breathing quickly because you have been doing exercise
숨이 차다
hold your breath to keep air in your lungs and not let it out
숨을 참다
How long can you hold your breath underwater?
(Definition of breath from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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