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verb [I or T]
/eksˈheɪl/ US  /ˈ--/ formal
to send air out of your lungs
Take a deep breath in then exhale into the mouthpiece.
→  Compare inhale Breathing and stopping breathing
/ˌeks.həˈleɪ.ʃən/ noun [C or U]
Translations of “exhale”
in Korean 숨을 내쉬다…
in Arabic يَزفُر…
in French expirer…
in Italian espirare, esalare…
in Russian выдыхать…
in Turkish nefes vermek…
in Polish wydychać…
in Spanish exhalar…
in Portuguese exalar…
in German aushauchen…
in Catalan expirar…
in Japanese 息を吐く…
in Chinese (Simplified) 呼出,吐出(肺中的空气),呼气…
(Definition of exhale from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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