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to breathe out


Definition (British English)

breathe, out
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

breathe, out
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breathe, out
Merriam Webster


breathe, out
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to breathe deeply - tief durchatmenLast post 12 Feb 14, 11:22 In der Konjugationstabelle fehlt häufig ein »e«1 Replies
to respire - aufatmenLast post 24 Jun 07, 09:24
The verb "to respire" has three meanings: 1. To breathe in and out; inhale and exhale. 2 T…0 Replies
expiration - Ausatmen, das; Ausatmung, dieLast post 19 Sep 07, 12:26
Exhalation (or expiration) is the movement of air out of the bronchial tubes, through the ai…1 Replies
breathe comfortablyLast post 27 Jan 11, 17:29
how often did X breathe comfortably ich würde das übersetzen mit: Wie oft viel X das Atmen …6 Replies
gradually breatheLast post 20 Sep 19, 11:16
Immer noch bei den Ziegeln.As the material - thick as it is - will have the capacity to grad…9 Replies
inhalation and exhalation - Einatmen und AusatmenLast post 19 Feb 16, 13:36
Your life is lived between two breaths – your first inhalation and your last exhalation.(An …4 Replies
angestrengt atmen - to breathe exertivelyLast post 01 Aug 11, 04:11
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eat sleep breathe...Last post 25 Feb 09, 18:24
We are girls and we all like cops. But we only date cops. We eat, sleep and breathe law enfo…1 Replies
breathe bad luckLast post 19 Aug 11, 22:50
... Don't hate me because I breathe bad luck! Kann man das mit "Pechsträhne" oder "vom Pech…5 Replies
breathe new lifeLast post 03 Mar 11, 15:11
Ich habe gesehen, dass dieser Ausdruck schon Übersetzungen gefunden hat. In diesem Zusammenh…21 Replies

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