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Spanish translation of “breathe”

breathe

verb /briːð/
to draw in and let out (air etc) from the lungs
respirar
He was unable to breathe because of the smoke She breathed a sigh of relief.
to tell (a secret)
soplar, revelar
Don’t breathe a word of this to anyone.
breathalyzer noun ( (also BreathalyserBritish, trademark )) a piece of equipment used by the police to check whether a car driver has drunk too much alcohol. The driver has to blow into a bag that measures the alcohol level in his/her breath
Alcoholimetro
The police officer asked her to blow into the breathalyzer.
breather noun (informal ) a short rest or break from work etc
respiro, descanso
I must have a breather before I do any more exercise.
(Definition of breathe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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