breathed, past participle; breathes, 3rd person singular present; breathing, present participle; breathed, past tense;
Take air into the lungs and then expel it, esp. as a regular physiological process
she was wheezing as she breathed
breathe in through your nose
he breathed out heavily
we are polluting the air we breathe
Be or seem to be alive because of this
at least I'm still breathing
(of wind) Blow softly
Say something with quiet intensity
“We're together at last,” she breathed
(of an animal or plant) Respire or exchange gases
plants breathe through their roots
Give an impression of (something)
the whole room breathed an air of hygienic efficiency
(of wine) Be exposed to fresh air
red wine needs untold time to breathe
(of material or soil) Admit or emit air or moisture
let your lawn breathe by putting air into the soil
Allow (a horse) to rest after exertion
Tarnish or taint
before the queen's fair name was breathed upon
draw air into, and expel out of, the lungs; "I can breathe better when the air is clean"; "The patient is respiring"
be alive; "Every creature that breathes"
impart as if by breathing; "He breathed new life into the old house"
allow the passage of air through; "Our new synthetic fabric breathes and is perfect for summer wear"
utter or tell; "not breathe a word"
manifest or evince; "She breathes the Christian spirit"
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"Breathe" is a song by American recording artist Blu Cantrell from her second studio album, Bittersweet (2003). A remixed version featuring Sean Paul was released as a single in 2003.
Breathe were a London based group formed in the early 1980s.
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To repeatedly draw air into, and expel it from, the lungs in order to extract oxygen from it and excrete waste products; To exchange gases with the environment; To rest; to stop and catch one's breath; Figuratively, to be relaxed or calm; Figuratively, to live; To repeatedly draw ( ...
(breathing) The act of respiration; a single instance of this; A diacritical mark indicating aspiration or lack thereof
(breathing) allowing wine to come in contact with air to open and improve the flavors. (see “aeration”)
(breathing) mindfulness of in-and-out-breathing ānāpānasati (q.v.) .
(breathing) Opening and closing of a mould to allow gas to escape early in the moulding cycle. Also known as degassing.
(BREATHING) Allowing a wine to mix with the air. Aeration occurs by pouring the wine into a larger container, such as a decanter or large wineglass. Breathing can be beneficial for many red wines and also for some young white wines. ...
(Breathing) When wine is decanted, allowing it to react with air.
(breathing) the intentional exposure of wine to air for a period of time before drinking it, in the belief that it will become softer, and more mellow. Opening the bottle without pouring or decanting, however, has no effect, and is simply a pretentious habit.
(BREATHING) This is what a wine does if you exposed it to air. Sometimes, simply leaving it in your wine glass for a few moments will bring out the character of a wine. Sometimes, it is necessary to decant a wine. ...
(Breathing (engine)) A term used to describe an engine's ability to fill its cylinders with air-fuel mixture and then discharge the burnt exhaust gases. In general, the more air-fuel mixture an engine burns the more power it produces.
(Breathing) A Greek punctuation mark placed above any vowel or diphthong which is found at the beginning of a word. This breathing mark indicates whether or not an "h" sound will precede the sound of that initial vowel or diphthong. Two kinds of breathing marks are used in Greek. ...