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Translation of "inhale" - English-Spanish dictionary

inhale

verb /inˈheil/
to breathe in
inhalar, aspirar
He inhaled deeply It is very unpleasant to have to inhale the smoke from other people’s cigarettes.
inhalation /in(h)əˈleiʃən/ noun
inhalación
the damaging effects of smoke inhalation.
inhaler noun a usually small apparatus by means of which people inhale certain medicines.
inhalador
Translations of “inhale”
in Arabic يَستَنشِق…
in Korean 흡입하다…
in Malaysian menyedut…
in French respirer…
in Turkish nefes almak, içine çekmek, solumak…
in Italian inspirare, aspirare, inalare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 呼吸, 吸氣, 吸入…
in Russian вдыхать, заглатывать…
in Polish wdychać, pochłaniać…
in Vietnamese hít vào…
in Portuguese inalar…
in Thai หายใจเข้า…
in German einatmen…
in Catalan inhalar…
in Japanese 吸い込む…
in Indonesian menghirup…
in Chinese (Simplified) 呼吸, 吸气, 吸入…
(Definition of inhale from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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