English → English - breathing

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n. respiration, inhaling and exhaling

English → Spanish - breathing

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s. respiración, respiro

English → French - breathing

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n. respiration; souffle; aspiration (son)

English → German - breathing

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[breathe] v. atmen, schnaufen; flüstern; einhauchen
n. Atmen, Atmung

English → Indonesian - breathing

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n. pernafasan

English → Italian - breathing

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s. respirazione; respiro; (Ling) aspirazione

English → Polish - breathing

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n. dech
a. żywy, tchnący życiem, oddechowy

English → Portuguese - breathing

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s. respiração

English → Romanian - breathing

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n. respiraţie, răsuflare, dorinţă tainică, suflare, adiere, abur, briză
a. respira: care respiră, respirator, viu

English → Russian - breathing

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с. дыхание, легкое дуновение, придыхание

English → Turkish - breathing

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i. nefes alma, soluk; soluma, bir nefeslik süre

English → Ukrainian - breathing

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n. дихання, подих, подув, пахощі, момент

English → Dutch - breathing

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zn. ademhaling

English → Greek - breathing

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ουσ. αναπνοή, ανάσα

English → Arabic - breathing

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‏تنفس، لحظة‏

English → Chinese - breathing

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(名) 呼吸; 微风; 瞬间

English → Chinese - breathing

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(名) 呼吸; 微風; 瞬間

English → Hindi - breathing

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n. सांस लेना, श्वसन, श्वास
a. साँस लेने का

English → Japanese - breathing

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(名) 呼吸; 息つく間; 休息
(動) 呼吸する; 吸う; 口に出す; 囁く; 一休みする; 吹く

English → Korean - breathing

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명. 호흡

English → Vietnamese - breathing

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n. sự thở, sự hô hấp
a. có vẻ linh hoạt

Definition of breathing

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Noun
1. The bodily process of inhalation and exhalation; the process of taking in oxygen from inhaled air and releasing carbon dioxide by exhalation.
Adjective
2. Passing or able to pass air in and out of the lungs normally; sometimes used in combination.
The boy was disappointed to find only skeletons instead of living breathing dinosaurs.
The heavy-breathing person on the telephone.
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