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Translation of "inhale" - English-Turkish dictionary

inhale

verb [I, T]     /ɪnˈheɪl/ formal
to breathe air, smoke, or gas into your lungs nefes almak, içine çekmek, solumak, teneffüs etmek Breathing and stopping breathing
US informal to eat something very quickly hızlıca yemek, yutmak Slow down, you're inhaling that pizza!EatingBiting, chewing and swallowing
Translations of “inhale”
in Arabic يَستَنشِق…
in Korean 흡입하다…
in Malaysian menyedut…
in French respirer…
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 Spanish inhalar, aspirar…
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 Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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