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breathe

verb uk   us   /briːð/

breathe verb (AIR)

B1 [I or T] to move air into and out of the lungs: It's so airless in here - I can hardly breathe. The instructor told us to breathe in deeply and then breathe out slowly. I'm sorry if I'm breathing (= blowing out air containing) garlic fumes all over you!
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breathe verb (WORDS)

[I, + speech] literary to say something very quietly: "Here they come," he breathed.

breathe verb (WINE)

[I] specialized food & drink If you allow wine to breathe, you open the bottle for a short time before you drink from it, in order to improve the wine's flavour.
Traducciones de “breathe”
en árabe يَتَنَفَّس…
en coreano 숨을 쉬다…
in Malaysian bernafas, beritahu…
en francés respirer, souffler…
en turco nefes alıp vermek…
en italiano respirare…
en chino (tradicionál) 空氣, 呼吸…
en ruso дышать…
en polaco oddychać…
in Vietnamese thở ra, nói lộ ra…
en español respirar, soplar, revelar…
en portugués respirar…
in Thai หายใจ, บอก (ความลับ)…
en alemán atmen, (kein Sterbenswörtchen) sagen…
en catalán respirar…
en japonés 呼吸する, 息をする…
in Indonesian bernapas, memberitahukan…
en chino (simplificado) 空气, 呼吸…
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