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Translation of "breathe" - English-Spanish dictionary

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.
Translations of “breathe”
in Arabic يَتَنَفَّس…
in Korean 숨을 쉬다…
in Malaysian bernafas, beritahu…
in French respirer, souffler…
in Turkish nefes alıp vermek…
in Italian respirare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 空氣, 呼吸…
in Russian дышать…
in Polish oddychać…
in Vietnamese thở ra, nói lộ ra…
in Portuguese respirar…
in Thai หายใจ, บอก (ความลับ)…
in German atmen, (kein Sterbenswörtchen) sagen…
in Catalan respirar…
in Japanese 呼吸する, 息をする…
in Indonesian bernapas, memberitahukan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 空气, 呼吸…
(Definition of breathe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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